C-section Vs Vbac ? Stacey Abraham Due December 10; 1 child; Sydney, Australia 3 posts21st Nov '12
ive had a c-section with my first born due to her being breech and this time around bub is head down and i might get a chance at v-bac but bubba is measuring big will it effect my chances of normal delivery?
Dr. Elliot Reid 1 child; New Zealand 8197 posts21st Nov '12
Their measurements can be off, if you want to do a VBAC you will have a faster recovery time then if you had another c-sec. Your body would not produce a baby too big for you to birth, unless you have GD.
Life is a Highway ♫ 18 kids; Australia 9379 posts21st Nov '12
Their measurements are always nearly off and it makes me so angry they even bother scaring the shit out of people with most of the time false information. Your body very rarely makes a baby that is too big but doctors will use the excuse to intervene.
Bettinas 2 kids; Australia 2204 posts21st Nov '12
If you're not in the same situation you were with your last birth, I don't see why they shouldn't let you! What's convenient for doctors in birthing is the reason intervention rates are so high!
Armida MJ Lopez Due December 17; 1 child; Ontario, California 16 posts25th Nov '12
i had a c csection 2 nd a half years ago due to my daughters heart would slow when i had contractions, im almost 37 weeks pregnant nd they are wanting me to have another c section nd i asked y nd all they told me is its to risky. i honestly dnt understand y its "to risky" due to the fact that my last one was 2 nd ahalf years ago...i honestly think my doctor if for c sections nd im just really worried cuz i dnt want them to make me deliver nd hes not ready they r planning to at 39 weeks nd im now almost 37