Local experts share 'the most concerning risks' of a vaginal birth after C-section

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75% of women who have a low-risk pregnancy and whose labour starts naturally go on to have a VBAC. (Photo: Kristen van Staden/Yellow Lemon Birth Photography/Sabirthphotographers.com/Yellowlemonbirthphotographer.com/Instagram: @yellowlemonbirthphotographer)
75% of women who have a low-risk pregnancy and whose labour starts naturally go on to have a VBAC. (Photo: Kristen van Staden/Yellow Lemon Birth Photography/Sabirthphotographers.com/Yellowlemonbirthphotographer.com/Instagram: @yellowlemonbirthphotographer)

If you've had a C-section in the past, does this mean that your next child will have to be delivered in the same way?

It's a question that may be weighing heavily on your mind during your current pregnancy.

According to data, vaginal birth after caesarean or VBAC, while not the most common form of delivery, is possible.

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