Information about VBAC Deliveries – (Vaginal Birth After Cesarean)
Because the cesarean deliveries have now become a common practice in hospitals, we are often contacted by women seeking a vaginal delivery for their next pregnancy. Before accepting a woman as a client we must make sure that she is a good candidate for VBAC (Vaginal Birth After Cesarean) delivery.
By providing answers to these series of questions, you can assist us in making a determining if a VBAC is right for you.
1.) When is your baby due?
2.) Can you provide a copy of your operative report?
3.) Why was your baby delivered by cesarean?
Fetal stress? Failure to progress? Other? Please describe the details about your cesarean delivery.
How many weeks along into your pregnancy were you?
How dilated were you before they decided to do the cesarean?
Did you heal without any infection after the cesarean?
How much did your baby weigh?
How old is your baby now?
Are you in good health and having a normal pregnancy this time?
What is your height and weight?
Have you had any vaginal births?
How many cesareans have you had?