Most women can have a safe VBAC, a vaginal birth after a cesarean. This website provides childbearing women and maternity care professionals evidence-based information, resources, and support for VBAC and cesarean prevention.
Understanding the Dangers of Cesarean Birth: Making Informed Decisions
By: Nicette Jukelevics
Charles Mahan, M.D.
Critically examines the increasing use of cesarean deliveries for childbirth, the risks, outcomes, and other issues women need to consider to make an informed decision whether to have a natural birth or a cesarean.
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