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Preparing for a VBAC? Listen In as a Midwife Shares How

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Morgan Miller shares how to best prepare for a VBAC and what you can do to increase your chances of vaginal birth, all while redefining what success looks like to you.

012 | Morgan Miller of Soft Corner Midwifery

What is a VBAC?

Most women don’t know about their options when it comes to delivery. VBAC stands for vaginal birth after cesarean. This procedure gives mothers a chance to experience a vaginal delivery if they have had a c-section in the past.

So, how do you know if you’re a candidate for a VBAC?

Morgan Miller is a full-time midwife specializing in helping women prepare for birth. Through her experiences working with mothers, she gives us a look at her role in the lives of expecting mothers and how to prepare your body and mind for a VBAC. Morgan is a wealth of information, giving some incredible insight on delivery and how to self-advocate.

I hope you enjoy this episode, and it gives you the courage to talk to your doctor or midwife about your options for delivery.

Meet Morgan Miller

Passionate about pregnancy and reproductive care, Morgan has over seven years of experience caring for people throughout their reproductive cycles. She was a full-time midwife at the Bend Birth Center in Oregon for over five years before relocating to Maine to establish SOFT CORNER.

Dedicated, kind, and considerate, Morgan doesn’t think twice about running that extra mile for her clients. She has a fierce enthusiasm for what she does and supports the vision of fundamental reproductive rights and the highest-quality reproductive care available to everyone.

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Topics Covered

1:33 | Not attempting a VBAC
4:54 | Self-advocate
10:38 | Preparing for a VBAC
22:06 | Fight or flight
25:57 | The role of a midwife
30:43 | Where to find info on midwifery in your state
36:32 | Definition of progress
44:32 | Final question

Additional Resources

You can connect with Morgan Miller on her website at You’ll also find additional information and resources.

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