We are sharing our first uterine rupture story today. Join us as we talk with Heather while she shares the story of her uterine rupture. Notice the signs she felt and how promptly her experienced team acted in order to get her baby out quickly and safely. Although uterine rupture is extremely rare, it does happen. Find out all about uterine rupture including the facts, statistics, and signs on our uterine rupture blog at https://www.thevbaclink.com/blog/uterine-rupture

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There is nothing better than a re-telling of an unconventional story! Join Julie as she re-tells her Cesarean birth story then explains how she chose to have her next three VBAC's at home (HBAC). Find out the nickname given to her doctor by the nurses because of his Cesarean stitching. You will be shocked  by how she came through a funeral, a wedding, and having a baby in three days time! You can find even more information about home birth safety and the referenced study by the American Midwives Association on our VBAC Blog at thevbaclink.com/home-birth-vbac/

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Alicia has an incredible story with a little bit of everything. For her VBAC, she did dual care with a hospital OGBYN and a homebirth midwife. She had a slow, then intense home birth with a highly sought-after midwife and you will be laughing right along with her as she shares her story. 

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Beth is one of Meagan’s own VBAC clients and boy, does she have a story to share! Her VBAC labor started with her water breaking and progressing slowly. After some less-than-ideal interactions with hospital staff, and an anesthesiologist who “just wanted to have an adult conversation”, she had her VBAC a full day after going to the hospital. Her baby was born after an amazing experience that really testifies to the mother-baby connection. This is a must-listen episode! You can learn more about the science behind the mother-baby connection on our VBAC blog at thevbaclink.com/blog.

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We get asked all the time about how we manage a growing business, have 3-4 kids, and balance doula life along with it all. Well, here we go into a fun special episode with Julie and Meagan. We share all the details about doula life with you. From what it’s like being on call, to the hardest and more inspiring moments as doulas and everything in between. You asked, and we answered!

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Destiny is one of our very favorite people! She has been following along with the podcast from the very beginning. We were constantly connected to her through Instagram for her pregnancy and she was even messaging us from her home during her HBAC. She had a long and hard labor, but had the right team and the right tools in her pocket to use to have a safe birth at home. She even had a chiropractor come and adjust her while she was in labor. We then talk about how visiting a chiropractor can help you have a vaginal birth. You can find our more about that AND links to Destiny’s home birth video on our VBAC blog at: thevbaclink.com/blog.

Please note, in order 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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