Lesson series

Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC)

Trying to prepare yourself for a VBAC?
Not sure if it's a safe option or what to expect?

Let BirthTools™  for Vaginal Birth After C Section guide you through our online VBAC birth class. We also include the cesarean pros and cons, why you can VBA2C & give you a vbac birth plan template to work with. Get prepared for the best birth & postpartum journey.
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6 hours

With Additional VBAC Section

91+

Short + snappy videos

28+

Quizzes + Cheat Sheets

7

Sections dedicated to VBAC
I felt so confident and well informed when it came to the VBAC. I laboured and when we arrived at the hospital I felt prepared and ready to meet our baby girl. I achieved my Vaginal Birth!
Jessica
 I managed to get to 8cm dilated at home. After arriving at the hospital it was only a couple more hours and our beautiful baby girl was born by VBAC.
alicia
I have no regrets trying for a vaginal birth. When it turned out that caesarean was the best option for me, it was my choice and I felt really good about it. I am so happy this time around.
tina
course contents

What's included?

ALL OF BIRTHTOOLS PLUS

Bust VBAC Myths

Get balanced and correct information with the Australian VBAC Guidelines. We take out all the opinion that's often thrown your way! You'll have the most up to date information on scar rupture as well as the truth about VBA2C!*Hint, it's possible!

Vaginal vs
Repeat C-Section

Have you ever wondered what is actually "safest?" We have dedicated videos and resources to help you break apart all pros and cons so you can make the best choice for you and your baby!

Get Birth Confidence

You'll also get the very best of BirthTools™ and all it has to offer when it comes to birth preparation, trusting your body, induction, caesarean and tools for you and your partner on labour day!

What will you Learn in our
VBAC Birth Class?

Your Birth Your Way

  • Bust Those VBAC Myths!
  • Finding a Provider that Supports VBAC
  • How Birth Actually Works
  • How to Hack Your Hormones & Dilate!

The Stages of Labour

  • Why Early Labour is the Most Important Stage
  • How to Make Sure You Don't Get to the Hospital Too Early
  • What Pushing Out a Baby Really Feels Like
  • Cord Blood Banking and What They Don't Tell You

How to Prepare for Baby's Arrival

  • Getting Breastfeeding Off to a Good Start
  • How  Do I Know My Baby is Getting Enough?
  • How to Bottle Feed Your Baby & Pump Milk
  • The Quickest Ways To Sterilise Bottles
  • Interviews with our Lactation Professional Kirsten

Fear Be Gone - Induction Navigation

  • Your EDD, Big Baby's & Why You Don't Have To Be Induced
  • Should You Get a Stretch & Sweep?
  • Tricks The Hospital Play on VBAC Mums
  • What are the Pros & Cons of Pain Relief in Labour? 
  • Best Positions & Tips When You Have an Epidural

The Atlas of Assisted Birth

  • Your EDD, Big Baby's & Why You Don't Have To Be Induced
  • Should You Get a Stretch & Sweep?
  • Tricks The Hospital Play on VBAC Mums
  • What are the Pros & Cons of Pain Relief in Labour? 
  • Best Positions & Tips When You Have an Epidural

The Birthing Partner's Guide

  • 10 Things Your Partner Can Do During Labour
  • Advice from Real Dads
  • What to Do if Your Baby is Born Before You Arrive!
  • Incredible Raw + Real Birth Videos
  • Recovery Tips from our Postpartum Professional

What will you Learn in our
VBAC Birth Class?

Your Birth Your Way
The Stages of Labour
How to Prepare For Baby's Arrival
Fear Be Gone - Induction Navigation
The Atlas of Assisted Births
The Birthing Partner's Guide

Birth plans are great, but lets get realistic...
every birth is different.

  • Bust Those VBAC Myths!
  • Finding a Provider that Supports VBAC
  • How Birth Actually Works
  • How to Hack Your Hormones & Dilate!
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Your hospital doesn't tell you about all the stages of labour
....but we do!

  • Why Early Labour is the Most Important Stage
  • How to Make Sure You Don't Get to the Hospital Too Early
  • What Pushing Out a Baby Really Feels Like
  • Cord Blood Banking and What They Don't Tell You
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Baby's love breastmilk, but what about all your other options too?

  • Getting Breastfeeding Off to a Good Start
  • How  Do I Know My Baby is Getting Enough?
  • How to Bottle Feed Your Baby & Pump Milk
  • The Quickest Ways To Sterilise Bottles
  • Interviews with our Lactation Professional Kirsten
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We promise the word Induction doesn't have to be a roadblock!

  • Your EDD, Big Baby's & Why You Don't Have To Be Induced
  • Should You Get a Stretch & Sweep?
  • Tricks The Hospital Play on VBAC Mums
  • What are the Pros & Cons of Pain Relief in Labour? 
  • Best Positions & Tips When You Have an Epidural
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Assisted births don't need to be a negative or a "failed birth" feeling. Your birth can be an amazing one!

  • What's Safest: Vaginal or Repeat C-Section?
  • How You Can Turn Your C- Section into a Vaginal Birth
  • Forceps or Vacuum Birth - Which One?
  • The Secret to Recovery After Caesarean Section
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We give you THE BEST partner tips that
don't exist in any other course!

  • 10 Things Your Partner Can Do During Labour
  • Advice from Real Dads
  • What to Do if Your Baby is Born Before You Arrive!
  • Incredible Raw + Real Birth Videos
  • Recovery Tips from our Postpartum Professional
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Want your free
VBAC Birth Plan?

What else is included
in Birth Tools™?

To help you get clarity on how this online course works with video tutorials and birthing resouces we provide a free unit for you to experience in the comfort of your home when both of you are ready.

Do you want a calm birth?

Here at BirthTools™ we believe that knowledge is the key to unlocking a birth without trauma. Why not join the mother's who now look forward to giving birth!
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Meet the instructor

Cassandra

As an expecting mother Cassandra wanted to know what to expect and what options she had available for the multiple birthing journeys. In her Birth Tools course she learned at her own pace and in the comfort of her own home. She used the convenience of the work commute to watch videos and shared with her partner what birthing options were available to both of them for a supported and empowered birth story.
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