3 ways to increase your chances of a vaginal birth after getting a c-section
A woman that has a c-section for the first pregnancy is more likely to have a c-section during her other pregnancies.
For some it is by choice but for others, not so much.
Such is the case for celebrated media personality Janet Mbugua.
In the video she also mentioned how she will be going about achieving a vaginal delivery the second time round.
For mothers that may be in the same situation, Janet’s methods may serve as a solution.
Raspberry leaf tea
Raspberry leaf tea reportedly strengthens the uterus and shortens labor.
Eating up to six dates in a day for four weeks leading up to one’s due date can reportedly help ease labor as well. They also help a woman to be more dilated during labor.
Simple forms of exercises such as walking can greatly help induce labor when a woman’s due date is up.
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