Our parents' generation believed that once you had a c-section, all subsequent births would happen the same way. Today, many women who delivered prior babies via cesarean are considered candidates for Vaginal Birth After C-Section, or VBAC. About 60-80 percent of women who try VBAC are successful, but the rate of women willing to try is falling every year.

If your doctor said you were a candidate for trying a vaginal birth after a c-section, would you try it?