Vaginal Birth After Cesarean: The Smart Woman's Guide to VBAC




      Vaginal Birth After Cesarean: The Smart Woman's Guide to VBAC
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  • Paperback
  • 210 pages
  • Vaginal Birth After Cesarean: The Smart Woman's Guide to VBAC
  • Elizabeth Kaufmann
  • English
  • 25 November 2018
  • 0897932021

10 thoughts on “ Vaginal Birth After Cesarean: The Smart Woman's Guide to VBAC

  1. Kyla Denae says:

    This book wasn t entirely what I d expected I suppose that s mostly because I read it right after Henci Goer s The Thinking Woman s Guide to a Better Birth That tagline A Smart Woman s Guide to VBAC led me to believe it was an entirely different sort of book However, that surprise doesn t mean it wasn t pleasant and informative I quite enjoyed it, and I found it to be an intensely important book Ms Kaufmann s point is quite simple if we re going to sa...

  2. Peggany says:

    This book is over ten years old now, so it s not fair to judge it in light of recent studies But I will anyway

  3. Vanessa says:

    This book was one of my set readers during Doula training I found it gave a good, thorough look at the science behind the pros and cons, offering fair comment on each Her commentary is based on mass research and group studies Thought provoking and definitely educating Would be interested in reading an updated version, with data from the last 5 years, it isthan 10 years old now But, a great read for understanding both sides of this controversial subject I actually didn t enjoy this This book was one of my set readers during Doula training I found it gave a ...

  4. Diana says:

    I read this book for my doula course and didn t like it The subtitle reads The Smart Woman s Guide to VBAC , but it should have read The Smart Woman s Guide to a Repeat Cesarean It is very heavily focused on a Cesarean being the better way of birthing, which really bother...

  5. Sarah says:

    This book was certianly not what I expected The book is written by Elizabeth Kaufmann, who is not a medical professional, but a health journalist, though she did have a medical consultant as she wrote the book She notes in the book that she had her first child via cesarean section and her second child via VBAC Although not specifically stated, she leads you to believe that she felt pressured into having a VBAC by her doctors and was not comfortable with it and did not enjoy her birth This book was certianly not what I expected The book is written by Elizabeth Kaufmann, who is not a m...

  6. Brooklyn James says:

    I thought this book was an interesting and candid take on Vaginal Birth After Cesarean The author and her real women s experiences do not sugar coat anything I felt it was a fair and unbiased depiction of many various experiences Some literature on this subject seems to be skewed, depending on the author s perspective and role in or out of healthcare I felt Kaufmann handled the information very well and represented both repeat c sections and vbac options choices and outcomes superbly I thought this book was an interesting and candid take on Vaginal Birth After Cesarean The author and her real women s experiences do not sugar coat anything I felt it was a fair and unbiased depiction of many various experiences Some literature on this subject seems to be skewed, depending on the author s perspective and role in or out of healthcare I felt Kaufmann handled the information very well and represented both repeat c sections and vbac options choices and outcomes superbly After a very long labor and primary c section with my first born, I am currently researching my options with any future deliveries However, I do have to say that after reading this book, I am still unsettled as to whether I will try for a vbac or a repeat cesarean with my next birth I have to say that the most important thing I picked up from this book is that K...

  7. Dara says:

    It took me less than a day to read this book It was awful but I couldn t put it down Apparently, in 1996, VBAC was the norm and doctors encouraged it This book is actually about how decide whether to go along with this or to choose a repeat c section however it was horribly bia...

  8. Kim says:

    I probably should give this a higher rating I felt like I wasconfused and hadquestions after reading this The final conclusion is that you need to know what you want, fight for it, and make peace with whatever happens B...

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