This video from New Yorker Magazine interviews doctors about what moms can do to avoid Cesareans, which recently became the most common major surgery in America.  According to new 2014 Arizona Department of Health Guidelines, prior Cesarean patients can labor or have their baby at home with the support of a midwife, which is called a VBAC (Vaginal Birth After Cesarean).   If you want to attempt a VBAC in a hospital settting, we strongly suggest our professional monitrice services where we monitor your labor progress at home and help you decide when it is time to go the hospital, where we stay with you to support you emotionally and physically during your entire birth experience.  For more information on monitrice services of home birth VBACs, call 602-MIDWIFE (602-643-9433).