• ICAN Names Julie Herr the May 2015 Volunteer of the Month
    The International Cesarean Awareness Network is powered by the selfless efforts of our numerous volunteers. We cannot thank our dedicated volunteers enough for their cooperation and service in assisting ICAN with accomplishing its mission. In an effort to acknowledge some of our amazing volunteers who work tirelessly behind the scenes to offer support, education, and... […]
  • Click Your Way to the Best Info: finding quality VBAC and Cesarean info online
    By Sharon Muza, BS, CD(DONA) BDT(DONA), LCCE, FACCE While April is recognized as Cesarean Awareness Month in both the United States and many other countries, quality consumer information about how to prevent cesareans (both primary {first} cesareans and subsequent ones) along with information about having a vaginal birth after a cesarean (VBAC) is valuable to... […]
  • Birth Story in Africa: a birth without fear
    Guest post written by Sarah S. In order to tell the birth story of my firstborn, I have to back up a bit. Actually, I have to back up a lot. For as long as I can remember I have been afraid of pregnancy and childbirth. My mother threw up the entire nine months of... […]
  • World Doula Week: a doula at a cesarean?
    Guest article by Lisa Kehoe IBCLC, CLD, CPD, in honor of World Doula Week (March 22-28). Your vision of birth probably did not include having surgery. You were thinking of a natural, unmedicated, maybe even home birth, and now you’re having a cesarean. You may feel uneasy about this, but, for whatever reason, it’s the only choice... […]
  • Accreta Awareness Blood Drive Event
    The International Cesarean Awareness Network is pleased to be participating in this year’s Accreta Awareness Blood Drive occurring nationwide on April 3rd in support of the Hope for Accreta Foundation. The purpose of this blood drive is to raise awareness of placenta accreta, a condition in which the placenta attaches itself too deeply into the... […]


Dr. Elizabeth Case at Mt. Sterling, KY
“I had a VBAC with her in March 2014. SHe was incredibly supportive — she even attempted a VBAC herself with her own twins! She trusted my body to labor and supported my request for absolutely no interventions or pain meds. I didn’t even have an IV. I went into labor naturally, even though i was almost 41 weeks. No talk of induction or repeat CS. She’s a rare friend!” – Emily

Vormbrock in Edgewood

Currently I’m seeing Kimberly Vormbrock in Edgewood Ky. She delivers at St.Elizabeth in edgewood. I’m 37 weeks and have had no issues with her. She does require CFM with all VBACs but has been open to any research I’ve brought her and has been upfront about what she is and isn’t willing to do and why. Her wait is usually a little long BUT she NEVER rushes through her appointments with me. Hoping to update after delivery!

Dr. Reed Nett, Louisville; Norton Suburban Hospital.
Abby says: “I had the most unbelievable OB in Louisville. Her name is Dr. Reed Nett. She has delivered my last 2 VBAC’s. She is kind, friendly, patient, and I trust her 100%. She delivers most of her babies at Norton Suburban Hospital. That is the most VBAC friendly hospital in the state.Dr. Nett won’t let you go over your due date with a VBAC but she will induce if you haven’t gone on your own yet. Both of my VBAC’s were induced a few days before my due date and went great. She is very honest and will tell you up front if you are a good candidate for VBAC or not.” Thanks Abby!


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