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I had a c-section back in 2000 because my baby was overweight he weighed 10 pounds and the doctors said I could not have a vaginal delivery because they said that I would have teared, and I recently had another baby 10 months ago I had another c-section because it was a repeat I was just curious that after 2 c-sections without any complications if I can have a vaginal delivery for my 3rd
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It is possible. A lot of people in the medical profession think it is a bad idea but while it does have certain risks I know of a lot of women who have had successful Vaginal Births after Caesarean(s). You should definitely google it and find out some more information and find an ob that will support your desire to do a Vaginal Birth. All the best.
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i had a c-section in 1998 she was breach the drs didnt know she would come out weighin 9lb 3oz,  then i got pregnant in 05 the drs said if i have a problem free pregnancy then i could have a vaginal delivery  which i did, she weighed 8lb 10oz I had an epesiotomy. But if i had to have another c-section then any other pregnancies would have to be c-section,  they also only like to give you 3 c-sections in total as the risk of scar rupture gets greater with each one.
Even if there is 10 years betwen each pregnancy there is always a risk of scar rupture.
good luck!
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