VBAC MAJW(in the making) 1 child; Atlanta, Georgia 1670 posts23rd Mar
How do they actually go about okaying you for a vbac? But in my case when ever I do conceive it will have been over 5 years since I had my csection; does time frame play a factor in them not from start saying that my delivery would be for a fact csection with the second?
Kady 20 kids; Texas 2616 posts23rd Mar
I had my first VBAC 11 months after my c-section. But the longer you wait, the better. I just found a doc that supported VBAC's. I didn't have to look far either, my SIL had almost always gone there too and she told me about him.
TashaMorgan 2 kids; Ladysmith, British Columbia 1803 posts23rd Mar
They can't tell you that you have to have a c-section. You can opt for a vbac at any point. It is safest t vbac if you have at least 18 months between pregnancies, are progressing on your own before 40 weeks, and have an uncomplicated pregnancy. My OB had a woman who had none of those push for her vbac and rupture. He also had a woman who had none of those and went into labour on her due date and deliver safely. It really will be up to you. My OB told me that the medical recommendation is always a c-section in your 39th week. They don't like to risk a rupture even though the risk is only about 1%. If you do all your research and are well informed there is no reason you shouldn't be able to opt for it as long as there are no complications.