What is a VBAC?

Lisa Hubbard, Cloth Diapering Specialist, explains what a vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) is and why it is recommended as a viable option for women
What Is A VBAC? - Expert Pregnancy Guide
KidsInTheHouse the Ultimate Parenting Resource
Kids in the House Tour

What is a VBAC?

Comment
730
Like
730
Transcription: 
A VBAC or vaginal birth after cesarean is an alternative to having multiple c-sections, which many women feel like they have to do. Any woman who has had even two c-sections in the past, is eligible to attempt a VBAC. In fact, in recent years, the American Academy of Obstetrics and Gynecology have recommended that VBAC is a viable option for women who have had prior c-sections.

Lisa Hubbard, Cloth Diapering Specialist, explains what a vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) is and why it is recommended as a viable option for women

Transcript

Expert Bio

More from Expert

Lisa Hubbard

Cloth Diapering Specialist

Lisa Hubbard is from Dublin, Ireland. She studied English Studies at Trinity College in Dublin. After graduating, Lisa moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting. These days Lisa is thrilled to be undertaking her most challenging, but rewarding, role to date - that of Mom to two year old Juliet and six month old Roan. In 2010, Lisa became a partner in tush. - a cloth diaper workshop based in Los Angeles - aiming to demystify and simplify cloth diapering for new parents. Lisa's parenting philosophy can be boiled down to two words - whatever works! 

More Parenting Videos from Lisa Hubbard >
Enter your email to
download & subscribe
to our newsletter