Repeat Cesareans and failed TOLACs: It’s OK to feel like you missed out

After a Cesarean delivery, many moms desire to attempt a trial of labor after Cesarean (TOLAC). This is when a mom wants to deliver vaginally after having had a previous pregnancy that resulted in a Cesarean section. Many times a vaginal birth after Cesarean (VBAC) is accomplished, but many times the TOLAC is not recommended or fails and a repeat Cesarean delivery is needed. Many difficult emotions can come after not being able to attempt a TOLAC and need for a repeat Cesarean delivery or having a failed TOLAC. 

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Cord Blood Banking!

Though you may be told about cord blood banking at your regular obstetric visits, you will likely have to set up the service outside of your obstetric provider’s office. I chose to bank the cord blood from the birth of my twins using Cord Blood Registry, and I’m excited to be able to share a special discount code to save you $500 off cord blood preservation and $1200 off cord blood + tissue preservation through Cord Blood Registry! 

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