Has anyone had VBAC2 at the Royal womens hospital in Brisbane? I elected for the first Csection as my then husband ( now ex ) was going to Afghanistan on my due date, so in case god forbid something happened i wanted him to be at the birth. The second csection i did because he was going to Iraq and i'd already had the previous one so i kind of went along with what the hospital said of once a csection always a csection. This time due to having two children to drive to school and a step son to also look after i am thinking i'd like to try VBAC2.
Am i crazy? my husband will be entitled to 2 weeks leave so basically i'll be looking after 4 kids lol. I'd like to be able to drive etc.
I recovered within a week after the first two children so i'm hoping for the same, mind you i was 10 years younger!!
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