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The VBAC Link

Meagan Heaton
ParentingHealth & FitnessKids & Family

Here at The VBAC Link, our mission is to make birth after Cesarean better by providing education, support, and a community of like-minded people. Welcome to our circle, we are so glad you are here!


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Latest Episodes

A few months ago we posted a video clip from Kaitlyn’s birth taken by Danielle Wilstead at Wild Oak Birth Photography and it went viral! We have Kaitlyn and Danielle with us on the podcast today sharing the backstory behind her inspiring video. more

3 days ago

Today we are joined by a truly amazing woman of strength, Morgan. She recently retired after 25 years of active duty service in the Coast Guard and is a mama to two boys and one girl, each with their own very unique birth stories. more

10 days ago

When the empowering VBAC experience she envisioned took a hostile and combative turn, Carlise knew she needed to change birth locations immediately. Though signing an AMA was not something she thought she would ever have to do, Carlise found the stre... more

17 days ago


4.9 out of 5 stars from 427 ratings
  • Thank you vbcac link!

    My first birth in 2018 was a traumatic home birth turned emergency C section. I had done everything I was “supposed to” to avoid interventions and a C section but ended up with all of it anyway. The whole experience was crushing and it took years to recover from. Listening to the vbac link was a huge part of my emotional processing. Hearing other women’s stories helped me feel less alone and gave me the courage to try again. When I became pregnant in 2022, I knew I had to do things differently. ... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • Must-listen to podcast for EVERY mom-to-be

    This podcast is a must listen to. Not just for the mom preparing for a VBAC, but for ANYONE who is giving birth, has given birth, or plans to give birth in the US. Meagan wonderfully walks us through personal stories while peppering in helpful advocacy tips and a solid dose of empowerment in each episode. If you want to hear people discussing their path to VBAC, if you’re curious about what giving birth in the US is like, and if you want tips on how to mentally, emotionally, and physically prepa... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • Love your podcast

    Hi Megan, I love your podcast so much. I always end up crying at the end of them so happy for these moms that get this vbac. Thank you for creating this podcast it’s so inspiring to hear these stories. I’m 38 weeks pregnant currently and hope and dream I get my vbac here soon as well. Keep doing what you’re doing you’re helping so many women achieve their dream birth and knowing they’re not alone. Thank you for that!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago
  • Very inspirational

    I knew I wanted a VBAC with my third pregnancy but I wasn’t sure it was possible, however I knew I didn’t like being flat out told “no” at my first appointment. Listening to the podcast was definitely the start of me really researching birth and looking into my options, I ended up with a successful HBA2C and I definitely don’t think I would have had the courage or believed it was possible without the podcast. Thank you Meghan for all the work that you do to provide information

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago
  • Listening to every episode 🥰♥️

    I have had a natural/birth center birth, then moved out of the country and had a very traumatic c section. I am now 37 weeks pregnant back stateside working with an amazing birth team. I am really hoping for a VBAC in a few weeks and I love listening to all the stories, hearing different perspectives, outcomes and gaining wisdom. I feel much more confident in my VBAC after listening to this podcast. ♥️

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 months ago

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