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This FAQ last updated: The information on this website is not intended and should not be construed as medical advice. Consult your health provider. Over the years, many women have requested a section for birth stories of plus-sized moms. Pregnancy books and most websites do not fulfill this need; mostly they are filled with warnings about "obesity" and pregnancy, admonitions not to get pregnant until you lose weight, dire predictions of disastrous pregnancies filled with complications, or horror stories designed to scare you into weight loss compliance.

Although there are many birth stories online, most are of women of average-size. While these are also helpful to read, many women of size have longed for a collection of stories of just plus-sized pregnancybirth in all its beauty, and birth in all its variety i n women of size. It is so important for us to see that many of our fat sisters have traveled this journey before us. Stories have been separated into various categories vaginal birth, c-sections, twins, VBACs, etc.

Because some stories fit more than one category, many will repeat on different pages. Some stories are already up on the web in a more complete form elsewhere; with the mother's permission, Kmom has linked to these sites and urges readers to click on the link and read the more complete story.

Unless specifically requested, all identifying information has been removed or changed to protect the privacy of the participants. All stories are copyrighted; none may be used elsewhere without specific written permission from both Kmom and the mother involved. This particular FAQ presents the stories of big moms who have had VBACs; that is, gone on to vaginal birth despite previous cesarean births.

The cesarean rate in "obese" women is very high, in most cases unnecessarily so. Click here for a brief discussion of the factors that lead to a high cesarean rate in large women. But having given birth previously by cesarean does not mean you must always do so. Research does show that women of size are given fewer opportunities for a VBAC 'trial of labor', and therefore have a much higher rate of repeat elective cesareans, despite the greater risks that cesareans pose for large women.

Many big moms who have sought a VBAC have reported strong resistance and discouragement from health personnel they have consulted, or have faced strongly restrictive VBAC 'protocols' that have essentially prevented them from having a fair chance at VBAC. There is a lot of room for improvement in the health community's attitude towards VBACs, and particularly in their attitudes towards big moms and VBACs! Yet for those large moms who carefully prepare both physically and emotionally, who research birthing issues thoroughly, and who choose their care providers and birth support judiciously, the journey towards a better birth can be extraordinarily rewarding and therapeutic.

Many VBAC moms particularly those who have struggled with weight and body image issues report that they have found their VBAC journeys very empowering and ultimately, very healing.

The VBAC journey can be a very special one. After having 2 cesareans herself and then 2 VBACs, she is personally familiar with the journey towards normal birth, and the struggles that can happen in that journey along the way. In addition, in her work with plus-sized women and in her reading of research on obesity and pregnancy, she has seen over and over again how often large women are pushed into interventions that lead to unnecessary cesareans. You will find a great deal of information and research about VBACs there.

Keep checking back, as many new FAQs will be added over time. You may also want to check out the following articles for tips on lowering your chances of a cesarean and on raising your chances of a VBAC as a woman of size: More stories will be added over time, so keep checking back if you are interested in reading further stories.

If you are interested in sharing your birth story, click here for more information, birth story format, and submission guidelines. New birth stories are always welcome; Kmom updates the birth stories FAQs about once a year so be patient for your story to show up.

If you do submit your story, please carefully follow the format and directions given in order to shorten the amount of work involved for Kmom. Kmom's family will thank you! This group provides support and information for women who have had cesareans in the past, those who may be facing cesareans in the future first-time or repeat , those who have had any kind of difficult birth, and those seeking a VBAC.

Although the group is definitely pro-VBAC, women who simply need support after a cesarean or require information about ways to make a necessary cesarean more birth-friendly are also welcome. Information on joining ICAN's email support group can be found at www. Most moms will recognize most of these terms, but women new to reading about childbirth may be puzzled by some of the terms and abbreviations used in these stories.

This section briefly defines some of these in order to help women understand the stories better. My experience with delivering my second child as a VBAC was as follows: I was 13 days past my due date and getting desperate. I had taken 2 bottles of castor oil a couple of ounces at a time with no effect other than totally cleaning me out intestinally. My OB, who was very supportive of me throughout this pregnancy never a mention of my weight, very supportive of my desire to VBAC , was ready to induce when I finally went into spontaneous labor after a couple of nights of prodromal labor.

I labored at home for about 3 hours, waiting for my husband to come home from work. When my contractions were coming about 5 minutes apart, we left our 3 year old son with my brother-in-law and his 2 year old boy.

My sister a labor and delivery nurse , my husband and I headed for the hospital. I was 3 cm. I was installed in a birthing suite. I was asked if an enema would be OK and I said yes, but turned down the option of being shaved. I felt good that my opinion was sought in these matters. When I was at about a 5 cm. I had had an epidural with my older son, who turned out to be a c-section following 26 hours of very dysfunctional labor.

That epidural was fully effective, no problems getting it in, no nasty comments from the anesthesiologist, etc. This time the epidural went in fine but was only fully effective on my left side. The right side would be numb for a period of time, then would "wake up" prematurely. I kept the anesthesiologist busy trying to keep my right side numb, too.

I was pretty comfortable from about 5 cm. I was using Lamaze breathing and my husband and sister were taking turns coaching me this was early morning hours by now, so they were both tired and standing in for each other.

Just a few minutes after I had been checked at 8 cm. I was having some pretty incredible urges to push, so my husband asked that I be checked again. To the nurse's surprise, I had gone from an 8 to a 10 in less than 10 minutes and was ready to push.

I don't know why, but it never occurred to me that once ready to push I wouldn't just push that baby right out, which was what I did. After only 20 minutes of pushing, my 8 lb. My total labor time was about 14 hours, which is average for a first vaginal delivery. I did have an episiotomy, but my OB didn't just cut me as a matter of course.

He watched carefully and when it was apparent that an episiotomy would really facilitate things, he did give me one after telling me he thought it would be a good idea and getting my permission. Again, I appreciated being consulted. I felt that this was a very good experience, the level of care was excellent. As soon as Christopher's vital signs had stabilized he was given to me to nurse and he roomed in my room most of the remainder of the time we were in the hospital.

He was transverse and had a true knot in his umbilical cord. He weighed 7 lbs. I have given birth 3 times as a BBW, both vaginal and c-section, and have gotten along fine each time. You all can, too. Dee's story reflects the importance of choosing your provider wisely! Her first doctor was a fat-phobic man who expected her to fail based on her weight, and created a self-fulfilling prophecy. Some of the doctors she saw after that for infertility treatments were also fat-phobic, but this time she stood up for herself and eventually found one that was not.

And of course, most importantly, it came about through her own determination and woman-power! The biggest clue was his repeating the mantra, "Of course, at your weight, it's likely to end up a c-section. In spite of a very healthy and uneventful pregnancy, my labor was long and ineffective. My waters broke at 10 in the evening, 13 days post dates. I went into the hospital immediately because While I had light contractions all night long, they were ineffective.

In the morning, I was given prostaglandin gel. That got things rolling and within a half hour I was having strong and consistent contractions. I was through transition, fully dilated and effaced and felt the urge to push around 3 pm. Four hours later I was still pushing.

All throughout the day, the doctor repeated his mantra omen. Neither he nor the nurse encouraged me to move about, change positions or try any alternative birthing techniques. So, it was no wonder, again in retrospect, that E was born via c-section, with dislocated hips and a huge hematoma on his scalp from the different types of vacuums the doctor tried to use. Fast forward to 6 years later. I was 35 years old and finally expecting my second child after having battled secondary infertility for 4 years, and after having several miscarriages.

Most of the battle regarding my infertility was dealing with fat phobic doctors who refused to treat me until I lost weight. Of the 5 doctors I saw regarding my infertility, one put me on mg clomid the first cycle and didn't monitor me at all. I was given no information regarding what to expect, charting my temps or anything. I had extreme pain during that cycle and was told, "Oh we expect those things". So I went to another doctor. I lost 45 lbs or so.

She referred me to an RE she worked with. He refused to put me on any more treatments until I lost another 45 lbs. He was the one who said, "If you really want a baby you'll lose weight.

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