hbac for me if I go into labour myself (was induced at 42wks with ds). I went through all of labour and only had emcs as his hr went up and there was meconium. I was told when coming out of theatre that there was no reason I couldn't vbac next time!
I had an elective section previously and tbh, it went absolutely perfectly - even the surgeon said it was a record for the fastest he'd performed. My recovery went without a hitch and I was almost back to normal fairly quickly - I had no complications whatsoever and didn't "suffer" with pain.
However! I really want a VBAC this time round - having to have the elective section, I never got to experience baby engaging, contractions, the excitement that *this is it!* - I just kinda feel like I missed out so at least want to attempt it, even though I know it's still very likely I'll end up with another section anyway, at least I can say I've tried and satisfy my own desires in that regard
Hmmmm, really not sure... I would like to have a natural birth but I ended up having an emergency CS with a general anaesthetic, so I didn't see my daughter until I woke up. This is something I still find difficult to accept, so I don't want to have to go through the natural birth process again only for it to happen to me again. I would be so gutted not to see my child straight away . So I may elect to have a CS next time, just for this reason .
i hope to have a vbac. the dude in surgery after i had my section said shouldnt be a prob in having natural birth next time, harry was in distress and had pooed inside my waters when they popped em so had to have section, i got to encounter a few contractions weird feeling but nice feeling,so hopiing when we have next one i can have natural and if i have to have a section again then never mind,as long as baby is fine i dont care. i just told em to do what they needed to when harry arrived
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