Has anyone here has done vaginal birth after c-section?
I was wondering if it possible for me to do VBAC? I really don't want to do another c-section this time. With a 3 year son and 2 story house, it will be hard for me to just stay in upper lever for 2 weeks straight for the recovery.
I haven't, but am hoping to, my midwife said that as long as my baby turns i can she said stats are something like 9 out of 10 mums go on to have a normal vbac, so odds look good. Fingers crossed for you xxx
I've been told I have about a 70% chance of VBAC. You have to be given a chance at a trial of labour if you wish, although I have agreed that if strongly advised I will go with an elective ceasarean.....
I am really hoping to give birth naturally....I laboured for 24 hours last time before my daughter got stuck (she was big....and back to back), and got distrssed, yet I thoroughly enjoyed labour and would love to 'complete' the job next time.
with my son, he was also stuck, I also dilated only until 5 cm for almost 24 hours. This time I am really hoping i can do vbac, I remembered the doctor that did my surgery told my dh that I am able to do vbac if I want to, I haven't see my OB yet has to wait until jan 7th for 1st check up gggrrrr....
i had a normal birth after a c section, although i did have a 10 year gap!
Is it really matter how many years different between pregnancy to be able to vbac?
I can't wait to ask my OB in Jan about this, I really wish can do vbac,my c-section experience was horrible, I didn't want to repeat it again
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