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Episode 9 6/26/2020
with Meagan and Julie
It is a mistake to think that serving a client with a scar on their uterus is the same as serving a client without one. Today we are joined by the ladies from the VBAC Link to discuss how to support families planning a birth after a previous cesarean. We discuss how the model of care is different and talk about all things VBAC, TOLAC (trial of labor after cesarean), and Cesarean birth. We learn about what makes this population special and how to decide what type of birth one might opt for after a cesarean.
Julie Francom has been a doula for over three years and enjoys preparing women for the birth they desire. Her favorite part of birth is the “I did it!” moment; that moment when labor is over, the baby is finally in the mother’s arms, and pure joy fills the room.
Meagan Heaton has supported over 150 women during their pregnancy and birth. A VBA2C mom, her drive is to help women like herself feel educated, supported, and empowered during their birthing time.
Along with being doulas and moms, they have a passion for all things VBAC and empowering parents to play an active role in their pregnancy and birth. Their goal is to make YOUR birth after Cesarean better.
Website: The VBAC Link
Facebook: The VBAC Link Community
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