If there's on thing you take from this blog, it's you're amazing! You have the power to birth your baby and you have choices, regardless of what you might be told. RESEARCH! RESEARCH! RESEARCH! Knowledge leads to empowerment, knowledge is powerful. …

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Studies show that becoming pregnant 6 to 12 months after a caesarean birth allows time for adequate healing of your incision. Listen to your body, you know when the best time to plan your next pregnancy is. Some tips for a healthy pregnancy: - Eat a…

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Fantastic! You're choosing a caesarean birth. I'm glad you came to a decision that's right for you. I know you've done your research and that you're fully informed about the benefits and risks of a repeat caesarean birth so I'm not going to cover th…

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So now you know the statistics around a VBAC after two caesarean births and you have decided to rock this birth there are some things to consider. Research shows that the environment you birth in and who you invite into your birth space will impact …

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Birth trauma is very real. You may find yourself struggling with your caesarean births, having flashbacks, nightmares, unresolved emotions. There are organisations that can assist you with this emotional healing, help you to debrief, accept and begi…

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It's ok to be ok about your caesarean births, it's also ok to be not ok with them. Women report a range of emotions when talking about their caesarean births, especially those that were unplanned or unexpected.   Grief I am sad the birth Ihoped for …

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Welcome to birth choices, a starting point for women who have had two previous caesarean births. A safe, nurturing space for you no matter where you are in your journey. You might be working through your caesarean births and need some support and gu…

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