If you are pregnant after having had a cesarean birth, it is often possible to either have another cesarean or a vaginal birth. If you plan to try for a vaginal birth after a previous cesarean birth (VBAC) this has some benefits and some risks to be aware of. In this episode of the Evidence Based Birth Podcast, dr. Rebecca Dekker will discuss the available research evidence to help you make an informed decision.

The evidence on VBAC. Evidence Based Birth Podcast, episode 113

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Read about this episode on the website of Evidence Based Birth https://evidencebasedbirth.com/ebb-113-the-evidence-on-vbac/

DISCLAIMER: This information is not medical advice. See womenswise.com/disclaimer for more information.

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