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Due to the rate of unnecessary c-sections, the lack of support and limited options for VBAC moms in the hospital, more and more women are choosing to have their VBAC babies at home. This podcast was created for women to share and listen to stories of Home Birth After Cesarean. This podcast is for educational and informational purposes only. It is not intended to replace advice from qualified medical professionals.
 
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In today's episode we meet Morgan, who is a traditional midwife and mother of five. Morgan’s first birth was a cesarean after she experienced the typical cascade of interventions in the hospital, and her second birth was a hospital VBAC that left her feeling like there was still something missing. Morgan then went on to have 3 unassisted births, ea…
 
In today's episode we meet Ashton, who shares her four birth stories. Ashton’s first baby was born via cesarean at 37 weeks due to her doctor estimating that he would be a big baby. Her next two births were hospital VBACs, followed by an HBAC with her fourth baby who was over 10 pounds. Join us as Ashton shares her birth stories, how she involved h…
 
In today's episode we meet Reba, who shares her four birth stories, as well as her experiences with stillbirth and an ectopic pregnancy which resulted in losing an ovary and a fallopian tube. Join us as Reba shares her birth stories, the trauma she has endured, how it has shaped her into who she is and has influenced the decisions she makes for her…
 
In today's episode we meet Lily, who is a mother of three. Her first birth ended in a cesarean after her water broke and the hospital wanted to speed up the labor process, which resulted in interventions that caused her son distress. Lily’s second birth was a hospital VBAC, followed by an HBAC for her third. Join us as Lily shares her birth stories…
 
In today's episode we meet Melanie, who is a mother of two. Melanie experienced the cascade of interventions after an induction for being “overdue” with her first pregnancy, and after her birth trauma and a difficult postpartum time, beginning with her son spending some time in the NICU, she immediately knew that she wanted something different the …
 
In today's episode we meet Courtney, who has had a wide variety of birthing experiences. Courtney had a cesarean with her first baby after going through the cascade of interventions that started with an induction for a suspected “big baby,” and then had a hospital VBAC, a birth center VBAC and an HBAC. Join us as Courtney shares her birth stories, …
 
In today's episode we meet Rachael, who is a mother of two. Rachael had a scheduled cesarean at 36 weeks during her first pregnancy due to placenta previa. This left her with a difficult postpartum period due to baby being early. Before the scheduled cesarean even took place, Rachael knew that she would be pursuing a VBAC during her next pregnancy.…
 
In today's episode we meet Jaimie, who is a mother of four, as well as a doula and lactation consultant. Jaimie had a cesarean after her first baby flipped breech between 38 and 39 weeks. After being led to believe that she would have a “gentle cesarean” but none of her preferences actually being honored, she knew she wanted something different the…
 
In today's episode we meet Jen, who is a mother of two. Jen had a cesarean with her first child after a long labor and very little support in the hospital. Feeling dehumanized and traumatized by her experience, she began to look into other options and hired a home birth midwife as soon as she realized that she was pregnant with her second child. Je…
 
In today's episode we meet Megan. Despite Megan’s desire for a natural birth, her journey to motherhood began with an ectopic pregnancy and the discovery of autoimmune issues which left her feeling shaken and like maybe home birth wasn’t for her after all. When she got pregnant again, Megan sought out care from the OB who had performed the surgery …
 
In today's episode we meet Kara, who is a mother of two. At the end of Kara’s first pregnancy, she was told to go in for an induction while her blood pressure was normal rather than waiting for it to get high again, despite only having had one high blood pressure reading several weeks beforehand. What her provider had said would be a “gentle induct…
 
In today's episode we meet Callie, who is a mother of four and a holistic doula, lactation specialist, placenta encapsulator and un-schooler. Callie had a cesarean with her first baby after being put on a clock at the hospital. She was then scared into a scheduled repeat cesarean with her second after a third trimester ultrasound showed that her ba…
 
In today's episode we meet Kori, who is a mother of two and currently lives on the island of Maui. Kori is a wealth of knowledge and has her own platform, podcast and online course where she teaches women how to restore their metabolism, vitality and food freedom of their youth. Kori’s first pregnancy ended in a cesarean due to her son being transv…
 
In today's episode we meet Kelli, who is a mother of two. Kelli’s first birth ended in a cesarean after it was discovered that her baby was breech when she arrived at the hospital in labor. When she became pregnant with her second baby, Kelli discovered that this baby was also breech, but she knew that she didn’t want to have another cesarean. At 3…
 
In today's episode we meet Stephanie, who is a mother of three and a physical therapist. Stephanie had a cesarean with her first baby due to a sudden and severe onset of preeclampsia, which was followed by a 3 week NICU stay for her baby and an emotionally difficult postpartum recovery. With her next pregnancy, Stephanie hired the same midwifery gr…
 
In today's episode we meet Dr. Sarah, who is a chiropractor and birth educator, and she shares her three birth stories. After her first pregnancy ended in a missed miscarriage, Dr. Sarah stayed with the same OBGYN group for her next pregnancy after undergoing IUI to become pregnant. Despite a voice in her head saying to just stay home, Dr. Sarah we…
 
In today's episode we meet Dana and she shares her three birth stories. During her first pregnancy, Dana was given a membrane sweep without her consent at 41 weeks and her water broke later in the evening. After immediately going into the hospital, Dana’s labor was augmented with pitocin, she got an epidural, and when she spiked a fever the OB on c…
 
In today's episode we continue our conversation with Susan as she shares the last five of her nine birth stories. Susan had her babies between the years of 1973-1989 and is now 71 years old. Her last five births all took place at home, with three of them being unassisted, and one of the babies weighing in at just under 13 pounds. Join us as Susan s…
 
In today's episode we meet Susan who shares the first four of her nine birth stories. Susan had her babies between the years of 1973-1989 and is now 71 years old. Her first birth ended in a cesarean after her water broke, labor didn't immediately start, and the hospital's induction timeline ran out. After that birth, Susan was told that she could n…
 
In today's episode we meet Alicia, who is a former RN, and she shares her five birth stories. During her first pregnancy, Alicia shares that she just went through the motions, saw an OB and had a 32 hour Pitocin induction that included many interventions. When she held her daughter after birth, she felt disconnected and immediately knew that this i…
 
In today's episode we meet Brittany. After Brittany's first pregnancy ended in a missed miscarriage and she experienced poor care from the hospital, she knew that she wanted something different during her future pregnancies. Brittany chose to receive care from midwives at a birth center during her next pregnancy, but they dropped her from their car…
 
In today's episode we continue our conversation with Amanda, who is a mother of four and an advocate for pregnant and birthing women. After having an HBAC for her second birth, Amanda knew that was exactly what she wanted again for her third and fourth births. After all of her experiences, Amanda knew that she had to share everything she had learne…
 
In today's episode we meet Amanda, who is a mother of four and an advocate for pregnant and birthing women. Amanda wanted a natural birth with her first child, but was pressured into an unnecessary cesarean by her provider. Knowing that she didn’t want to experience that type of coercion and manipulation again, Amanda advocated for herself and swit…
 
In today's episode we meet Christina, who is a mother of two. Christina planned a home birth during her first pregnancy, but when labor lasted 6 days, she made the decision to transfer to the hospital. After requesting an epidural in hopes of getting some much needed rest, Christina went on to labor for 12 more hours and then had a cesarean. Christ…
 
In today's episode we meet Adva, who is a mother of two. Adva had a cesarean with her first child after he turned breech during labor, and the birth center that she had planned to give birth at transferred her care to the hospital. During Adva’s second pregnancy, she sought out care from the same midwifery group but was told that she could not have…
 
In today's episode we meet Katie, who is a mother of two. Katie had a cesarean with her first child after her waters ruptured prematurely, and she shares how during that labor she lost track of trusting her body. Katie immediately knew that she wanted something different for her next pregnancy and birth, and she sought out a home birth midwife. Wit…
 
In today's episode we meet Samantha, who is a mother of four. Samantha's first two children were born via cesarean, despite her plans for a home water birth with each. When Samantha became pregnant with her third child, she was not finding support to have a vaginal birth from her previous home birth midwives or hospital staff, so she decided to pur…
 
In today's episode we meet Jennifer, who is a mother of three. Jennifer's first pregnancy was with twins, and despite her efforts to find support to give birth to them vaginally, she was left with no option but to schedule a cesarean. Jennifer immediately knew that she would not be giving birth to her next child in a hospital, and sought out the ca…
 
In today's episode we meet Danielle, who shares her birth stories. Danielle’s first three births were cesareans, followed by a vaginal stillbirth in the hospital. Despite the heartache that stillbirth brought, it gave Danielle a renewed sense of confidence in her ability to have a vaginal birth, and she went on to plan an HBA3C with her next baby. …
 
In today's episode we meet Linda, who is a mother of four. Linda had a cesarean with her first daughter due to breech presentation that was discovered by her OB during the pushing phase of labor, despite Linda's insistence that her baby had been breech for most of her pregnancy. Linda then went on to have home births with her next three children. J…
 
In today's episode we meet Jillian, who is a Pediatric Behavioral Therapist in Baltimore, Maryland. Jillian had a cesarean with her son due to breech presentation, and then went on to have a home birth with her daughter. Join us as Jillian shares her birth stories and her experiences in advocating for herself and taking back control over her pregna…
 
In today's episode we meet Jenny, who is a mother of eight. Jenny's birth stories consist of three vaginal, medicated hospital births, an emergency cesarean due to cord prolapse, a medicated hospital VBAC, a cesarean due to breech presentation, and two breech HBACs. Join us as Jenny shares her birth stories and her many different experiences both i…
 
In today's episode we meet Sophie. After having a cesarean with her first son, Sophie explores her options, talks to various providers and does some of her own research, which helps her decide to have an HBAC with her second son. Join us as Sophie shares her birth stories and talks about the power and confidence that research and information can br…
 
In today's episode we meet Julie who is a mother of four and co-owner of The VBAC Link. After an unexpected cesarean with her first child, Julie became a doula, found her niche in supporting VBAC moms, co-founded The VBAC Link, and went on to have HBACs with her next three babies. Join us as Julie shares her birth stories and tells us about all of …
 
In today's episode we meet Chelsea who is a mother of three. After a cesarean with her daughter, a difficult first year of motherhood, and unsupportive providers who doubted her ability to give birth vaginally, Chelsea decides to have home births with her next two children (one of which was a precipitous labor under 2 hours with a 10 1/2 pound baby…
 
In today's episode we meet Deanna. Deanna wanted a natural birth with her son, but upon discovery that he was breech at almost 41 weeks, she had a cesarean. Almost immediately, Deanna knew she wanted to have an HBAC with her next baby. Join us as Deanna shares her birth stories and we discuss the importance of communication with your birth team, va…
 
In today's episode we meet Corinna. After the birth of her son at the age of 21, Corinna was told that she would automatically need a cesarean for any future babies. In the 14 years until her daughter is born, and again before the birth of her second son, Corinna works through her fears surrounding birth and overcoming her insecurities about the ca…
 
In today's episode we meet Mary Claire who is a former NICU nurse, and now a stay-at-home mom to her three children. Join us as she shares her three birth stories: a cesarean due to breech presentation, a medicated VBAC in the hospital, and an HBAC. Throughout the episode we discuss the reasons behind Mary Claire's choice to have a home birth, the …
 
In today’s episode we meet Natasha who is a physical therapist in Colorado. Join us as she shares her emotional cesarean birth story with her daughter, and her home birth story with her son. Throughout the episode we will also discuss pelvic floor therapy, addressing issues before they become chronic, and touch on the idea that just because somethi…
 
Hello, and thank you for listening to The Home Birth After Cesarean Podcast! In today's episode, you will meet your host, Rachel Garrett, as she shares her journey to motherhood, her cesarean birth story with her son, and what has inspired her to create this podcast. Be sure to subscribe to The Home Birth After Cesarean Podcast on your favorite pod…
 
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