It's definitely possible. As long as your doctor wants to do it then I would really advise to go for it. My first one was c-section and the second VBAC. ... A little less than 14 months after the c-section. I wasn't scared because they were monitoring me all through the labor. Thankfully everything went very well and it took about five minutes and a few pushes and she was born. MUCH better than c-section!
Thanks, momof2tobe. Nice to read of a straightforward VBAC.
MomNatasha: I think as long as your doctor is on board, you shouldn't worry. Plus, it's nice that you've been through a standard birth before and know both what you're in for and that your body can handle it without issues. Yes, that timing is shorter than my doc recommended (by about a month), but as long as you're monitored, you'll be fine!
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