VBAC: I delivered with no dramas and absolutely no drugs.

My baby turned 10 in 2015, she was born by a c-section in 2005.. Due to complications I had no choice but to go that path.. I had previously had 3 normal deliveries and enjoyed all my experiences.. Of course your first labour and delivery is always going to be something you can draw on for your next children.. So I had decided after my first born that I never wanted an epidural again.. And I didn’t except for my little girl.. Which of course again was out of my control..

I met my partner in 2007 and together we had 6 kids.. A blended family and really we blend together well.. Although I never expected that in 2015 I would find myself pregnant again.. I was so happy and convinced that I was having a little boy.. My partner took a little more convincing.. But in Febuary, 8 years after we first met, we had a beautiful baby boy, I had a VBAC. I deliveried with no dramas and absolutely no drugs.. I didn’t plan on not taking anything but by the time it got to the nitty gritty I had forgotten to ask for anything.

My partner was asked if he wanted to deliver our little boy and he did.. I’m convinced he should have been a midwife.. He missed his calling.. Beau is now 4 months old and is the most delightful, happiest little soul. I believe that my labour was so relaxed and lovely that I believe it truly helps your baby rest when they first arrive.. I don’t trying mothers should be stressed when it comes to labour. It’s the most glorious and exciting time and it hurts like hell and I won’t lie it’s exhausting.. But the elation you fell when your baby arrives is amazing.. There are not words that can truly describe that feeling..

About Katrina Zaslavsky

Katrina is an inspired international author, speaker and voice for women. A former public health professional turned mum on a mission and now editor, coach and practitioner, she is making positive waves across the globe as founder of Birth Goddess, committed to being a part of the “Positive Birth Revolution” and empowering women for motherhood.
Her book, A Modern Woman’s Guide to a Natural Empowering Birth, is a collection of inspiring birth stories (afterword by Dr Sarah Buckley MD) and shares how she overcame her extreme fears of childbirth and discovered inner peace and power she didn’t know she had. One of her biggest personal revelations that she would love to shout from every rooftop? “When birth is no longer feared, numbed or endured it has the opportunity to become one of the most powerful, positive and transformative things a woman will ever experience in her lifetime."

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