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Has anyone had a vbac after two csections?????
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I think two prior C-sections would make some doctors uncomfortable with a trial of labor. There is some data that suggests there is a greater risk of complications with more than 1 C-section. Have you ever had a vaginal birth before? That might increase your chances of being able to have a vbac. Also, what were the reasons for your two C-sections? Certain situations are more likely to repeat than others.
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I was going to. Long story short, I was told I would get paid back my almost  $500 back before my baby was born and when time came when I went into labor I could not have my VBA2C because I never got paid. I would have to go 1 hour away from my house to have a natural birth.  So I ended up with another Csection. but I never had a natural birth, I had all csection babies.
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My fox I'd telling me no vbacs. Because I make big babies... this on was 11lbs at 40+6weeks. My first was 8lb 6 oz at 36+6. He said if I could fit a baby then yea but their all big. They both seen to have had dips with heart rate when been monitored when I went into labor.
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You have a higher chance of uterine rupture after 2 c-sections and trying for a natural birth, the most important thing is a healthy mama and baby so discuss the risks and benefits with your dr.
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I haven't had a c-section but my friend just had a successful VBA2C and had no problems what so ever :) there's still hope !
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