Aly is such a talented storyteller. You will love hearing her journey and how much she educated herself when preparing for a home VBAC (HBAC), with a placenta possibly lying over her scar, just 11 millimeters from her cervix. Aly is a true woman of strength as she used her intuition to guide her and find a birth team to support her.  You can find more information on anterior placentas and the links to the study referenced on our VBAC blog at thevbaclink.com/intuition/.

Please note, to get stories from all over the country and even other countries, we record using phone lines. For this reason, audio quality may vary between episodes and speakers.

Walk with Jenn along the way as she shares her birth stories. You will listen in awe as she shares each of her incredibly different journeys and, during each experience, allowed her intuition to guide her to make the best decisions for her and her family. She works through a late-term stillbirth, an unplanned unmedicated birth, a planned Cesarean, a premature birth, twins, an induced VBAC, and a spontaneous VBAC; she has seriously been through it all. Then, Meagan talks about the importance of honoring your intuition as you prepare for your pregnancy and birth. You can find more information on our VBAC blog at thevbaclink.com/blog.

Please note, to get stories from all over the country and even other countries, we record using phone lines. For this reason, audio quality may vary between episodes and speakers.

Molly’s VBAC story is a party! You will giggle right along with Julie and Meagan as you listen to all the fun things going on in Molly’s birth space. From music to hip squeezes with a “double set of man hands” to Molly standing up to the birth she wanted, it is a story for everyone. Plus, Molly’s baby was the 3,000,000th resident of Utah! Who knew there were even that many people here? Check out referenced information and other info about good nutrition in pregnancy on our VBAC blog thevbaclink.com/blog.

Please note, to get stories from all over the country and even other countries, we record using phone lines. For this reason, audio quality may vary between episodes and speakers.

October 10, 2018

24 Jenni’s VBAC + GBS

Jenni’s birth is one for the books! Snowstorms, a crazy car ride, bearing down next to a jeep and a baby born just minutes after arriving at the hospital. This story is full of twists and turns, and you will be laughing so hard at the end when you hear Jenni share what her husband told her NOT to say on the podcast! Check out the statistics and other info about GBS on our VBAC blog thevbaclink.com/blog.

Please note, to get stories from all over the country and even other countries, we record using phone lines. For this reason, audio quality may vary between episodes and speakers.

Try not to cry as you listen to Diana share the store of her first birth, a home birth transfer, that was traumatic from arrival at the hospital through her C-section recovery. Two years later, she fell pregnant unexpectedly and, while still terrified from her first birth, almost instantly fell in love with having another baby and different birth experiences. You HAVE to hear her share about the healing process and her triumphant VBAC. We talk about birth trauma and healing, and the book “How to Heal a Bad Birth” (spoiler, you NEED this book, go grab it now). Then, head over to our blog at thevbaclink.com/how-to-heal-from-birth-trauma/ for more info on birth trauma and more about this incredible book!

Please note, to get stories from all over the country and even other countries, we record using phone lines. For this reason, audio quality may vary between episodes and speakers.

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