Today we are talking to Katelyn from Boise! We first heard of her VBAC success when she posted some amazing images of her birth in our Facebook community, The VBAC Link Community, of her catching her own baby at the hospital. Her labor was an unassisted home birth transfer and lasted 42 hours total, all unmedicated. One of the coolest parts of her story? She was 42 weeks and 4 days pregnant! Tune in for a crazy journey and such a fun story. Then make sure to join our VBAC community and find her post to see all the cool images from her birth. 

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You will remember Chelsey from episode number 4! She was with us when we were brand new, very first starting up the podcast, and we are so excited to have her back with us again. Chelsey’s first birth was a breech VBA2C; you can listen to her story on the podcast AND watch a video of it on our youtube channel here. This time she shares her story of her second VBA2C, also beech, and you will NEVER guess where this little one decided to be born! This episode is a must-listen, and you will be giggling the whole way through right along with us! Find out more about breech birth on our VBAC blog at thevbaclink.com/why-babies-go-breech-and-5-things-you-can-do-about-it 

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Today we are excited to have Alicea from Florida share her story, she has such an inspiring story for you. Her journey is difficult; her VBAC baby had shoulder dystocia and she ended up with a severe tear and other complications but, despite the difficulties she overcame so much to get to the birth she desired. Since her VBAC she has become very involved with ICAN, is a chapter leader, and edits the blog for the national ICAN page. Learn more about shoulder dystocia and other VBAC information on out VBAC blog at thevbaclink.com/blog.

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Today we are talking with Christina and her VBAC induction. VBAC induction is, perhaps, the second-most controversial thing surrounding VBAC besides Uterine Rupture. Luckily, Christina had a supportive team who guided her through a gentle induction. When her baby’s heart started showing signs of distress, the room filled with people who helped her and baby recover and continue laboring safely. Listen to the exciting story and details in this episode, then head over to our blog talking all about The Four Main Reasons for Cesarean. Learn how to (safely) avoid them, learn more about issues with fetal heart tones, how to help them, and other commonly avoidable reasons for Cesarean. 

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We are SO excited to share Rachel’s story with you today! Rachel is one of Meagan’s own clients and her story is so inspiring. She started educating herself right from the very beginning, and was one of the very first people in our “How to VBAC: The Ultimate Prep Course for Parents” class when it launched in Utah. She switched providers and followed her intuition closely as it guided her through some very specific decisions during her pregnancy and birth. You don’t want to miss this VBAC Birth Center Transfer story. Find out more about the online version of our VBAC prep class at thevbaclink.com/vbac-class

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If you’ve ever wondered what chiropractors actually do to help you prepare for birth, this is a must-listen episode. Today we are interviewing Steven Roushar, from Flow Chiropractic, a local chiropractor based out of Lehi, Utah. We discuss all things related to chiropractic care and preparing for VBAC. He talks about his own wife's VBAC and then, he reveals the most embarrassing way he met Julie. This is a must listen for anyone wanting some great info coupled with a good old belly laugh. Find out more about chiropractic care and VBAC on our VBAC blog at thevbaclink.com/benefits-of-chiropractic-care-for-vbac

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