asks from Los Angeles
Hello - I'm due with our 2nd child in about 5 weeks and trying to make the decision between another c-section, or trying to go vaginal (VBAC). We tried all natural bir...
asks from Seattle
I am in my 37th week of pregnancy and am having a "big" baby. We went yesterday for our unltrasound and they measured her head (that came up at 41 weeks), h...
asks from Davenport
My first child had to be born by c-secton, after 10 weeks on bedrest because of pregnancy induced hypertension, we were doing an NST at 38 weeks, and she was not respo...
asks from Portland
Anyone else have such a low chance and succeed?
Here are the details of my first and only delivery that led to cesarean:
Normally have hypertension, but it turne...
asks from Miami
Hi, I am a 30 year old mom to a vivacious 3 yr. old boy. I am 6 months pregnant with my second child. I had an emergency c-section with my first child. I was fully ...
asks from Chicago
I am looking for a VBAC-friendly provider in Chicago. Preferably midwife or family practitioner. I plan to have a drug free hospital birth with a doula. S...
asks from Dallas
Delivery #1 (4 yrs ago) was a c-section. My heatth was complicated at the time by a seizure disorder and then I had pre-eclampsia. To avoid the unknown of what would...
asks from Minneapolis
Not many people will take on a women who has had 2 c-sections for a v-bac. Too scared of the liability or risk. Typically, vbac is allowed after only 1 c-sec. Do you...
asks from New York
Hi. I'm hoping someone can help me with this issue. I am 3 1/2 months pregnant with my second child and would like to consider a VBAC. ( I had a c-section with my s...
asks from Jacksonville
My first delivery was a c-section due to the fact that my daughter was in a breech position due to a retro flex uterus. I am 8 months pregnant and doc has said this ti...