VBAC

Preventative Care Services

If you’re pregnant again and your last baby arrived via cesarean section, you may wonder if a vaginal birth could be an option for you this time around. A vaginal birth after C-section (VBAC) is possible for many women, but there are factors to help you and your doctor decide if it’s right for you.

Safety for you and your baby is the main thing to consider. VBAC isn’t always safe for every woman.

If you try to have a vaginal birth and you’re at high risk of complications, it can cause serious problems for you and your baby — some even life-threatening. That’s why it’s important that you talk to your doctor about the risks.

Hall of Fame Woman’s Clinic offers a range of preventative services including/pertaining to the following:

The pregnant woman who has an examination
  • Well Woman Annual Exams
  • Menopause Management
  • HPV Vaccine and Education
  • Mammograms
  • Osteoporosis Screening
  • Weight Management

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Hall of Fame Woman’s Clinic, Inc.
4775 Higbee Ave NW Canton,
OH 44718
Phone: 330-493-9940
Fax: 330-493-9943