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'VBAC in Oklahoma: Myths & Facts' on September 12 in OKC

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Oklahoma wants VBAC! Or if you read the article online today, women of Oklahoma want TBAC (traditional birth after cesarean). Either way, there is a lot of Oklahoma networking going on right now.


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From the Oklahoma BirthNetwork site:


VBAC in Oklahoma: Myths & Facts

Women in Oklahoma who have had previous cesarean sections can have a normal, non-surgical birth in hospitals, birth centers, or at home. A panel of moms will discuss their experiences with VBAC in Oklahoma. Join us to hear their stories and learn about your options.

Date: September 12, 2009
Time: 5:00 PM

Location: Java Dave’s, 10 N.E. 10th, OKC

R.S.V.P: info@oklahomabirthnetwork.com

Downloads: [available on the Oklahoma BirthNetwork site]

News on this event:
The Oklahoman Sept 7, 2009
“Oklahoma Mom opts for Traditional Birth after C-sections”



On June 23, 2009, The Oklahoman posted an article on its web site, NewsOK.com about home birth called “Giving birth at home remains popular with many Oklahoma mothers.” The article begins with a video interview with a local woman about her experience with midwifery care.




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Reader Comments (3)

Jill- I was looking for your e-mail addy on here, but couldn't find it. I was wondering, what made you decide to start the Unnecesarean site up? Did you have a background in nursing, or did you decide to start it after a bad c-section experience? I'd love to hear the story behind this site starting up.

September 8, 2009 | Unregistered Commentermorgan

Hi Morgan,

It's unnecesarean at gmail. It's so weird you left this comment last night... I'm going to post a rough draft birth story this morning! Funny timing. It should answer your questions, too. :)


September 9, 2009 | Registered CommenterJill

Gotcha- thanks Jill! After seeing your blog listed on the nursing blogs, I wondered whether you were a nurse, but couldn't find any info. on here saying whether you were or not. I look forward to reading your story!

September 9, 2009 | Unregistered Commentermorgan
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