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Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Bookshelf

Welcome to StorkNet's VBAC Bookshelf. There are few books in print currently that deal with this subject so we've created a lengthy list of books for you, many of which are out of print but easily available used. Don't forget to visit StorkNet's VBAC Cubby for articles and information on vaginal birth after cesarean.

Birth After Cesarean: The Medical Facts
by Bruce L. Flamm; Paperback Rep edition (November 1992), out of print but used copies are available
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Natural Childbirth After Cesarean: A Practical Guide
by Karis Crawford; Published by Blackwell Science, Inc., out of print but used copies are available
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Open Season: A Survival Guide for Natural Childbirth and VBAC in the 90's
by Nancy Wainer Cohen; Paperback, 160 pages, published November 1991 by Bergin & Garvey, out of print but used copies are available
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Silent Knife: Cesarean Prevention and Vaginal Birth after Cesarean (VBAC)
by Nancy Wainer Cohen; Paperback, published April 1983 by Bergin & Garvey
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The Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Experience: Birth Stories by Parents and Professionals
by Lynn Baptisti Richards; paperback, 304 pages, published December, 1987 by Bergin & Garvey
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The VBAC Companion: The Expectant Mother's Guide to Vaginal Birth After Cesarean
by Diana Korte; Paperback, 256 pages, published January 1998 by Harvard Common Press
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The VBAC Source Book and Teaching Kit
by Ancheta and Jukelevics
To Purchase: ICEA

 

The Birth Book: Everything You Need to Know to Have a Safe and Satisfying Birth
by William and Martha Sears; Paperback, 280 pages

Synopsis: In The Birth Book, William and Martha Sears have turned their attention to the birth experience. In this helpful resource guide, the Searses cover the gamut of possibilities, and teach readers what they need to know to take control of their own birthings. You'll find details about vaginal births; cesareans; VBACs; water births; home births; best birthing positions; drugs; pain; how to design your own birth plan; the humor, chemistry, and sexuality of birth; and pages and pages of birth stories.

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Birthing from Within: An Extra-Ordinary Guide to Childbirth Preparation
by Pam England; Paperback, 331 pages, published July 1998 by Partera Press

Review: Pam England's Birthing From Within explains her holistic approach to childbirth. England uses journal writing, meditation and birth art to prepare expectant mothers and to help them work through their fears of birth. Birthing From Within helps expectant mothers to discover what they want for their birth so they have an empowering experience. This book is recommended for expectant parents and childbirth educators alike.

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The Complete Book of Pregnancy and Childbirth
by Sheila Kitzinger; Revised Edition, Paperback, published December 2003 by Knopf

Synopsis: This new edition of The Complete Book of Pregnancy and Childbirth has been extensively revised to reflect scientific advances and cultural trends. Here, candidly and reasonably presented, is all the information expectant parents need to make their own decisions about everything--from which tests to allow to how to handle pain to where to give birth. 300 photos, drawings & diagrams.

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