Just Ames 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Montego Bay, Jamaica 114793 posts
11th Dec '12
Quoting i made a vagina.:" Isn't your dude like 50 something?! geeze."


Viagra, girl :lol:

Just Ames 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Montego Bay, Jamaica 114793 posts
11th Dec '12
Quoting Nichole+3girls:" i got into that weird part of youtube where they show full on labor videos. :shock: Made my vag hurt thinking about it."

Oh, psh. It's not that bad. It heals rather quick too.

adkjishaiu 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Los Angeles, California 42928 posts
11th Dec '12
Quoting Nichole+3girls:" I can dream. :( My 3rd section was seriously my easiest and I think it was because i went into labor ... [snip!] ... but i doubt i could find anyone to deliver me and after watching youtube vids :shock: im kinda cool with being sliced open."


I am in that same boat. I want a VBA2C soooo badly next time because the risks I am running with another csection, I might as well. I also already have really bad scar tissue and having another section would just add to it. I also do not think I will find someone willing to do a vba2c. They may be able to wait until you go into labor, it's worth asking.

B&R + J 1 child; 2 angel babies; Germantown, Ohio 3745 posts
11th Dec '12
Quoting 3LittleMonkeys:" I am in that same boat. I want a VBA2C soooo badly next time because the risks I am running with another ... [snip!] ... do not think I will find someone willing to do a vba2c. They may be able to wait until you go into labor, it's worth asking. "


Why don't doctors like to do VBAC's?

Nichole+3girls 3 kids; Dayton, Ohio 31307 posts
11th Dec '12
Quoting Just Ames:" Oh, psh. It's not that bad. It heals rather quick too. "


it's just terrifying looking :lol:

cfxfdfdfdsfdafdsf Vacaville, California 71166 posts
11th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Nichole+3girls:</b>" I can dream. :( My 3rd section was seriously my easiest and I think it was because i went into labor ... [snip!] ... but i doubt i could find anyone to deliver me and after watching youtube vids :shock: im kinda cool with being sliced open."</blockquote>




I want a VBAC, but I don't think I can. My csection was because my pelvis didnt spread, there aren't many reasons that a pelvis won't spread. The main one is that it's tilted, which by the way my doc was talking is what I'm pretty sure it is. Which means it won't spread at all "/

Nichole+3girls 3 kids; Dayton, Ohio 31307 posts
11th Dec '12
Quoting B&R + J:" Why don't doctors like to do VBAC's?"


honestly, OBs are trained surgeons. C sections are what they do.
But at the same time its so hard to find a midwife that will accept a multiple c section patient.. too much of a risk.



HopingforaMiracle 1 child; USA 21595 posts
11th Dec '12

I kind of feel you are thinking of your education more than your daughter. I could never ever leave my daughter for a year to go to another country but if you do that's fine. Just for me I couldn't.

Nichole+3girls 3 kids; Dayton, Ohio 31307 posts
11th Dec '12
Quoting Lovelyyy KD*:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Nichole+3girls:</b>" I can dream. :( My 3rd section was ... [snip!] ... is that it's tilted, which by the way my doc was talking is what I'm pretty sure it is. Which means it won't spread at all "/"



age didnt have anything to do with that since your body wasnt completley mature yet?



either way, i'll be having a 4th section when its time because I'm getting a tubal anyways. Kill two birds with one stone.

adkjishaiu 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Los Angeles, California 42928 posts
11th Dec '12
Quoting B&R + J:" Why don't doctors like to do VBAC's?"


they like the money surgery brings...



I honestly really don't know because from the things I've learned, the risks seem pretty much even. I will be looking though because I want a labor and birth naturally...

adkjishaiu 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Los Angeles, California 42928 posts
11th Dec '12
Quoting Lovelyyy KD*:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Nichole+3girls:</b>" I can dream. :( My 3rd section was ... [snip!] ... is that it's tilted, which by the way my doc was talking is what I'm pretty sure it is. Which means it won't spread at all "/"


I'm not sure I'll get mine either mainly because my body has never gone into labor...even at 41 weeks, I had zero dilation so I just think my body fails me completely....

HopingforaMiracle 1 child; USA 21595 posts
11th Dec '12

Amy (I'm Marbles), she had her baby. Before the year end.

Blaine Edwards 1 child; Georgia 13858 posts
11th Dec '12

i used to think you were alright..maybe a little misunderstood....
now i see that you're thrown.

cfxfdfdfdsfdafdsf Vacaville, California 71166 posts
11th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Nichole+3girls:</b>" age didnt have anything to do with that since your body wasnt completley mature yet? either way, ... [snip!] ... either way, i'll be having a 4th section when its time because I'm getting a tubal anyways. Kill two birds with one stone."</blockquote>



I was 19, so I dunno. I don't think so though. I dilated and progressed fine, I was around an 8 when my OB was like "there's no way this baby's coming out like this, lets prep". Once he was done with the csection and everything he said my pelvis didnt spread and that he wasn't completely sure why. I never went and got X-rays to find out for sure if its tilted or not. It could be age though. I had the worst pregnancy and labor/delivery ever. Im hoping that next time around its a lot less stressful and not nearly as bad.

cfxfdfdfdsfdafdsf Vacaville, California 71166 posts
11th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting 3LittleMonkeys:</b>" I'm not sure I'll get mine either mainly because my body has never gone into labor...even at 41 weeks, I had zero dilation so I just think my body fails me completely...."</blockquote>




I was pretty upset. I wanted a natural birth. I ended up induced because I was in early labor for 2 weeks and it just wouldn't kick into actual labor on its own. I was miserable (and 39 weeks). I was okay with the induction as long as I could still have as natural of a birth as possible, but nope.