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VBA2C LunaGotKnockedUp Due June 19; 2 kids; Georgia 535 posts
19th Nov '12

Do I have ANY chance at my VBA2C since I just got a very surprise bfp at 6.5 months pp?

JeNnAs MoMoM 2 kids; Pennsylvania 3090 posts
19th Nov '12

What was the cause of your first 2?

£exaholic 2 kids; Colorado 20862 posts
19th Nov '12

I'm not sure... I would ask a midwife though, not a doctor.

Baby Love. 3 kids; Washington 3120 posts
19th Nov '12

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HopingforaMiracle 1 child; USA 21556 posts
19th Nov '12

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LunaGotKnockedUp Due June 19; 2 kids; Georgia 535 posts
19th Nov '12

The first one was just decided because I had horrible gallstones and my cervix wasn't in any condition to induce. I was 39 weeks. And very stupid. I regret it so much. My second was a repeat.

HopingforaMiracle 1 child; USA 21556 posts
19th Nov '12

I mean it CAN happen but finding a doctor that would allow it is hard. But a midwife would be more helpful. I know someone who just had a home birth after two csections

Baby Love. 3 kids; Washington 3120 posts
19th Nov '12

I honestly don't think a single doctor would do it... This close to a last cesarean, and after two. Insurance companies are ruining it for women and doctors alike. Get ahold of the midwives in your area ASAP.

£exaholic 2 kids; Colorado 20862 posts
19th Nov '12

But I know of plenty of women who have had VBA2C, so it is certainly possible.

Baby Love. 3 kids; Washington 3120 posts
19th Nov '12

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£exaholic 2 kids; Colorado 20862 posts
19th Nov '12
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19th Nov '12

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£exaholic 2 kids; Colorado 20862 posts
19th Nov '12

check out all these VBAC stories though :)



http://birthwithoutfearblog.com/category/bwf-topics/vbac/

Baby Love. 3 kids; Washington 3120 posts
19th Nov '12

My hospital here had a 37% csection rate in 09. It's 33% in 2012 so far. I blame it on one particular doctor here whom I've never met a patient that's delivered vaginally. He believes everyone should delivery in the OR. I can't stand him.

£exaholic 2 kids; Colorado 20862 posts
19th Nov '12
Quoting Baby Love.:" My hospital here had a 37% csection rate in 09. It's 33% in 2012 so far. I blame it on particular doctor ... [snip!] ... whom I've never met a patient that's delivered vaginally. He believes everyone should delivery in the OR. I can't stand him."


:shock: wow, that's sad. the rates here are lower I think, the local hospital is 26.1% but that's from 2008 so...



I have a homebirth midwife this time around, I do not want another section.