Chelsea R. Robbins and Allison Stevens

Vaginal birth after caesarean section is an option – and here’s how to fight for it

C-sections account for 31.8 percent of births and the rate is rising sharply. But the decision to have a vaginal birth after Cesarean, often referred to as VBAC, is far less common.
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