When you have had the cascade of interventions, the experience of being bullied in labor, or ended up with a planned or unplanned cesarean you know that you have questions that need answered. Most of you will go see the same doctor, unless you have moved or had other reasons to switch your providers. Many of you will find out that your care provider is less than enthusiastic about you wanting to “try” for a VBAC.
You have questions and want answers, which you should, but will you actually ask your questions? Are you too nervous to have the conversation because your doctor makes you feel inferior any time you ask a question? Here are some ways that you can prepare for your VBAC, that you have control over and will have a huge impact on whether you are successful or not.
In our journeys to motherhood we often encounter many people that speak words of doubt, fear, and limitations over us and it is unfortunate that society has made it okay to do this. During pregnancy we have so much going on physically and emotionally and what we truly need is people who will cheer us on, speak life and strength over us, and who only share positive thoughts and energy with us. That is what I’m here for, I believe in YOU.
Here are three tips to protect your mindset while pursuing the pregnancy and childbirth you envision!
There are many ways to support your fertility and increase your chances of conceiving and maintaining a pregnancy and it is a wonder to me why these things aren’t talked about more. We have so much power in the palm of our own hands to take ownership and make life changes that will increase our chances of having the baby/ies we dream of.
Here is one thing that you can do today to give your body a chance to heal, balance, and eventually conceive the baby you are dreaming of for your family:....Read more...