Vaginal Birth After Caesarean (VBAC)

Are you planning a vaginal birth after having a caesarean? If so, this is the section of our website for you. We’ve pulled together articles, videos and resources from our website to inform you about vaginal birth after caesarean (VBAC) and encourage you to explore your options.

Emotions for women who achieve a VBAC are many. Indeed, most women feel a victory and relief. Many women also feel a deep and profound sense of healing. Did you know that the World Health Organisation says no country should have a caesarean rate of above10-15%? However, in Australia in 2020, we currently have caesarean birth rates over 34%. This high rate of caesarean births is unacceptable. Therefore, women are having unnecessary major abdominal surgery.

We encourage you to research VBAC to enable you to find out the real risks of vaginal birth and planned caesarean section. Therefore, you can make an informed decision for you and your baby. We encourage to browse the articles, stories, videos and links we’ve put together.

VBAC Sections to Explore

VBAC Articles

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VBAC Links

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