C-Sections & VBACs


Discover a transformative journey with the Maternal Gospel C-Sections & VBACs Practical Guide. This comprehensive, easy-to-read, and illustrated guide is designed to lead you safely and knowledgeably through the intricacies of C-Sections & VBACs. Whether you’re navigating your first pregnancy or seeking better ways to manage maternal health, this guide provides clear and practical advice.

Equip yourself with the knowledge and confidence to make informed decisions and embrace the journey of motherhood with faith and assurance.


People have been deceived for thousands of years. This is nothing new. But what has become big business is the procedure in childbirth we've come to know as c-sections. What has NOT been advertised is that the high risky of c-sections has given rise to a deadly syndrome

We live in a society that wants to take away the natural process of childbirth from mothers. Symbolically, Caesar(ian) has become the status quo, the establishment that has built a hierarchy of power as the recommended “doctor friendly” procedure by “modern” medical care.

Having multiple C-Sections can be risky. After all C-Sections are full abdominal surgery. Here's a news flash: Don’t go under the C-Section knife again without the truth. No matter how many c-sections performed, women can be delivered by a VBAC—vaginal birth after cesarean. It's a victory and a relief for the women who have one. A deep and generous healing for many who have been scarred.

This practical guide will give you answers for the following questions:

  1. What is a cesarean?
  2. Why are the medical reasons for a cesarean section?
  3. How much does a c-section cost?
  4. What are the risks of cesarean surgeries?
  5. How does a c-section(s) affect a woman’s body?
  6. What is recovery like after a c-section(s)?
  7. What are some comfort measures to use after a c-section?
  8. What natural remedies can be used for scar tissue repair and healing?
  9. How many c-sections are too many?
  10. What can I do to avoid having another cesarean birth?
  11. How long should a woman wait before getting pregnant again after a c-section?
  12. How can I have a VBAC (vaginal birth after c-section)?
  13. Why do some women prefer a c-section over a vaginal birth?
  14. Is it possible to have a home birth after c-section(s)?

Individual Guide Dimensions: 5.5 (W) x 8.5 (H)


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