VBAC has a success rate of around 75 per cent, which is the same as for first time mothers

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) has today published its revised guidelines for doctors and women.

Read the RCOG news release and the revised VBAC guidelines.

Read the statement from Birthrights, the human rights in childbirth charity: “Women still fighting for VBAC options.”

These documents are also available on our Resources page.

If you are pregnant or planning another baby and would like to connect with other local women planning birth after caesarean, join our private online support group (you can read more about it on the support page).

And for monthly face-to-face support, there’s the Cambridge Birth Choices free drop-in session, held on the second Friday of every month at Cambridge Women’s Resource Centre.

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