Continuity of care important in helping women to have vaginal birth after caesarean sections

A new study published in BJOG has found that there is a wide variation in the success rate of planned vaginal birth after caesarean (VBAC).

The study found that women who had chosen midwifery care for their VBAC were likely to have a successful VBAC.

Other research has found that women choosing midwifery care are more likely to give birth spontaneously with out interventions.

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