As women who have experienced a cesarean delivery become educated about their future birthing options, deciding to pursue a vaginal delivery after cesarean (VBAC) may become a viable option.  The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecologists states that most women with a prior low transverse cesarean delivery are good candidates for a future vaginal birth.  Unfortunately, the majority of women with a prior cesarean delivery do not pursue this option and the average VBAC rate is 8.5%. 

Weeding through the information about about VBAC can become confusing and arduous.  Let Jessica help guide you through the process of making this decision and supporting you on your journey, utilizing her experience in obstetric nursing, childbirth education and a VBAC delivery herself.