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Vbac help! Advice

Postby Mummyx3 » Mon Sep 28, 2015 1:20 pm

dvice please....... need experience story's about Vbacs! After 2 c-sections... 1 emergency after failed (induced) 1 elective (twin delivery).... I've opted to go naturally myself.. This time!... but been reading on risks but... would like to hear experiences from other mummys out there.... good/bad experiences all welcome thanks!!
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Re: Vbac help! Advice

Postby Ashtonsmom » Wed Oct 07, 2015 9:33 am

I noticed no one has answered and I won't be of much assistance because I am going for VBAC myself after a c section for transverse presentation.

I was frightened at first about it because the internet is not your friend when making decisions about pregnancy. I finally voiced it to my doctor and she put my mind at a huge ease! She said i'd be monitored very closely and that there are signs well in advance of something seriously going wrong. I have no choice but to trust her judgement as she feels VBAC is safer in my state than a repeat c section. I did have an induced vaginal birth 1st child tho, so idk if that makes a difference.

Good luck hopefully someone can post something to put your mind at ease soon!
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Re: Vbac help! Advice

Postby MamaPeach » Wed Oct 07, 2015 1:28 pm

I'm going for a VBAC too - DD was a c-section due to breech positioning. I ended up going into labor on my own, so my midwife says that's a good indicator for a VBAC. This practice won't induce me (risk, I guess?), but if I go into labor on my own they'll encourage the VBAC.
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