What You Should Know About C-section and VBAC

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What You Should Know About C-section and VBAC

With a Cesarean rate of about 32% in the U.S., it's important to learn something about it when preparing for birth so it can be the best experience possible. Also, more people are choosing to have a vaginal birth the next time (VBAC). This class will help you prepare for a planned Cesarean birth, what to expect in the case of an unplanned Cesarean, and understand VBAC.


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December 22, 2023
5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

Breastfeeding Success (BFS) is offering What You Should Know About C-Section and VBAC as a LIVE taught virtual class.


PLEASE NOTE:  While BFS can not guarantee that class costs will be covered by your particular insurance plan, your insurance might cover the cost of this service.  

Use Registration Code VERIFYINSURANCE if you have Aetna, United, Blue Cross Blue Shield, HealthSmart or HEB Blue Cross Blue Shield, or ARC Employee Health Plan

Using this code means we will submit the claim to your insurance company. If the claim is rejected, you will be billed after the class and are responsible ONLY for costs not covered which will not exceed the $40 self-pay class fee. 

Breastfeeding Success offers financial assistance if your insurance carrier does not cover the cost of the class and you have documented need. Please call 512-808-0237 with any questions or for help with scheduling. We look forward to seeing you in class!


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What You Should Know About C-section and VBAC

Cesareans account for about 32.1% of births in the United States, so even if it's not the plan for your birth, it's a great idea to get a little information about what to expect in the case of a cesarean birth.  

The primary cesarean rate (first births) has gone up recently. The repeat cesarean rate has gone down. That means that more people are choosing a vaginal birth for their next pregnancy (VBAC).

In this class we will discuss:

  • How to prepare for a planned cesarean birth
  • Benefits and risks of VBAC
  • What to expect in the case of an unplanned or planned cesarean
  • Recovery after a cesarean birth

We look forward to connecting with you.

Partners are welcome and encouraged to participate. 

Please visit to watch a video tour of our maternity unit.

You will receive an email confirmation upon your online enrollment.  We cannot guarantee a refund unless the cancellation is made at least 3 business days prior to the start of the class or if cancelled by the site.

If registration cannot be finalized on your cell phone please use your desktop or laptop. For further registration information call: 512-808-0237. Our staff will return calls as soon as possible.