The truth behind the most common reason for cesareans today: a local ICAN meeting

This Monday, March 22, come to Bongo East for a very informative and well researched meeting about the biggest causes of cesareans. Any expectant mama or future expectant mama should make it a point to be here.

“Does (Birth) History Repeat Itself?

CPD (aka baby-too-big/mama-too-small) and Failure To Progress are some of the most common reasons for cesareans today. We’ll discuss how the CPD and FTP labels can be wrong, examine some extenuating circumstances that could lead to these diagnoses, look at some research, and discuss questions you can ask your provider about your case history. Come learn why a previous diagnosis of CPD/FTP should NOT preclude you from a VBAC attempt.

Cost: Free, though donations of any amount to our ICAN treasury are greatly appreciated. Better yet, become a subscriber at the meeting!

Who Should Come: Anyone interested in learning more about healthy pregnancy, birth, and recovery is welcome to attend. First-time moms are especially encouraged to come! While childcare is not provided, children with quiet toys and babes-in-arms are welcome.”

Monday, March 22, 2010
Time: 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Location: Bongo Java
Address: 2007 Belmont Blvd Nashville, TN

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2 Responses to The truth behind the most common reason for cesareans today: a local ICAN meeting

  1. Jessica Caldwell says:


    Thank you so much for posting this! I have enjoyed reading your posts. Keep up the good work!

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