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Maybe you have heard “once a cesarean, always a cesarean,” however, evidence shows us that VBAC is a safe, sometimes safer, option than a repeat cesarean and should be given as an option, especially considering the fact that risks go up the more cesareans are performed.
There is a way to safely prepare for a successful VBAC!
According to studies, 60-80% of folks who attempted a VBAC are successful. That is roughly 3-4 out of 5 birthing people! And we believe this stat could go even higher with the right preparation and support.
At OSM, we have a multi-pillared approach to preparing the body for birth. Get what you need to prepare for a successful VBAC.
Preparing the body for birth is an important but often overlooked step of preparing for a VBAC birth. Our body responds to the input placed upon it. Meaning, when planning for birth, it’s important we input it with movement that allows for a mobile, balanced pelvis. Having a pelvis that moves well is hugely important because it allows the most possible room in the pelvis to make the birthing process more efficient.
Two critical pieces of the puzzle are sacral mobility and pelvic floor yield.