Pelvic PT Leads To Successful VBAC Births
Women that have C-sections don't get the rehab and recovery that they should. Often times they will have subsequent cesareans. Some women will not have a choice and some will choose to attempt a VBAC, a vaginal birth after cesarean and they really want to have a vaginal delivery. Maybe they are dying to just have that experience, maybe it was taken away from them in the first place, maybe they're having another baby and they just want to experience that natural delivery. I want to talk a little bit about why it's so important to not just hope for a VBAC, but to train your body, optimize your body, and really prepare for what you want to happen.
Hi. Dr. Allison Feldt here, and I wanted to share a little philosophy that I have. This is simply food for thought and one of many considerations. I help many pregnant women and what really has been the highlight of a lot of conversations lately is talking about going into labor naturally and on your own. Without being induced. One thing that I think is really important to consider when you are planning to have a delivery is your current work schedule and or end date of working For may moms this is your due date. So, like, say you're due May 23rd. That was the due date with my son. And a lot of women will work up until that exact time.
Author: Allison Feldt
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