I need opinions. I had my daughter 2 yrs ago she turns 3 in sep. I had a c section with her, because i had placenta previa. Now im pregnant again with a boy due june 1st. My dr said im good to try a vaginal birth this time around my placenta is out of the way. My husbands thinks I should have a c-section, but I want to try vaginal. I understand their are many risk envolve, but I want to feel the experience of labor. Have any of you had vaginal birth after a csection? Which one was worse?
there are risks with a c-section just as well as a vbac. since this is my 2nd c-section im going to do a VBA2C. there is only a 2% chance of the uterus rupturing from what my doctor told me and he also said that he has had many successful vbacs in his filed. so im going through a vbac. there are risks of the uterus rupturing, might fail of progressing and having another c-section, and fetal death. but since the uterus rupturing is low it might not happen but it could also. there is a website i know that is support of it its called www. ******* . com and it has a group in there called VBAC MOMS.
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