VBAC after Traumatic Cesarean Birth

After a traumatic c-section, Allison knew she wanted to try for a VBAC. During her pregnancy she did everything she could to stay healthy, both mentally and physically She found the online birth community and learned everything she could about birth. After 42 weeks, she was induced at the hospital and had the most empowering and healing VBAC while surrounded by her incredible birth team of women and her supportive husband.

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Allison Lynch Bio

Allison lives in Madison, WI with her husband Jesse and their two children. She is a research administrator at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Allison and her family love spending as much time as they can outdoors, even in the cold Wisconsin winters. Although her first birth ended up in a traumatic emergency c-section, she is an advocate for natural birth and is very passionate about postpartum support and finding help when you need it. She is active in her local birth and new mother communities, so if you are local she can connect you. Connect with Allison on Instagram @AlliLynch14, on Facebook at Allison Lynch or via email: Allisonglynch@gmail.com.

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Resources

Birth Without Fear by January Harshe
Fearless Birthing by Alexia Leachman
ICAN closed Facebook group
The Birth Hour Mamas Facebook group (join via Patreon)
Podcasts: The VBAC Link, Fear Free Childbirth, The Birth Hour
The GentleBirth app

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