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  • Sharing our birth stories with our children: Katy’s CBA2C
    Guest post birth story by Katy Rank Lev for Brain, Child Magazine. I joined my local ICAN chapter after my first son was delivered via cesarean. Over the next five years, I became a leader of ICAN of Southwestern PA and the organization supported me through my next pregnancy and VBAC attempt… then they supported me... […]
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  • ICAN Names Lisa Keyser the June 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... […]
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  • Postpartum Doulas: support after cesarean
    Guest post by Debbie Young, DONA. Birth is unpredictable. There is no straight path to the birth of a precious baby so we follow the path wherever it leads. Sometimes that path leads to a cesarean. When a mother and baby come home after a cesarean there are a few extra things to think about,... […]
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  • 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... […]
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  • 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... […]
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New York

Yael Silverberg
425 W 59th St
New York, NY 10019
(212) 492-5500
-Wonderful experience with Yael- she was always confident that I would have a successful VBAC, and she allowed me to labor and give birth in the position my body preferred. Kristine
Dr. Renuka Paka (212) 523-8335
Dr. Jacques Moritz, Saint Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital (212) 603-4160
Dr Rivera Cassamento (212) 734-1893
Dr Juanita Jenyons– St Lukes Roosevelt and the Birthing Center (212) 769-4171
Dr. Anne Carlon (212) 988-8100
Dr. Allegra Cummings St Lukes Roosevelt Hospital (212) 636-1130‎
Village Obstetrics and Gynecology Dr. George Mussalli and Dr. Jaqueline Worth, St. Vincent’s (212) 627-9556
Dr. Gae Rodke (212)496-9800
maternalresources.com
Yaakov Abdelhak, MD
Maternal Resources
55 Old Nyack Turnpike, Suite 405, Nanuet NY 10954
845 624-1540
IN BROOKLYN:
Dr. Lim Tse
Sheepshead Bay Office
1616 Voorhies Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11235
718.616.1268
Sunset Park Office
846, 55th St, 1st FL
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11220
718-436-8060

From Julie about Dr. Tse: “She’s affiliated with Maimonides hospital in Borough Park. (http://www.maimonidesmed.org/Main/Home.aspx)This hospital has a large birthing center and they really took good care of me. They are extremely strict with baby viewing which is good because everyone needs a code and you have to go through a lot in order to make sure no one walks out with your child.”
Thanks for your input Julie & Congrats on your VBAC!!!!
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*** if you have had a postive or negative experience with any Doctor listed here, please comment below and tell us what happened, or email me privately at: kcontentoangell at hotmail.com. Thanks