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    Default Inductions with vbac

    I'm still deciding if I want to give vbac a go with inducing or go with another cs

    Delivery between 36-38 weeks is must. (I'm 35 tomorrow)

    Looking for good, bad ...., and the ugly stories of inducing when vbacing

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    I was induced but it wasn't a vbac, I would never be induced again...

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    In an ideal world its best to let nature lead the way. But if you have a reason you need to be induced, I would take that option over a repeat cesarean... What method of induction do they plan on using? My sister had synto during her VBAC and although she ended up with an epidural and eoisiotomy she still got to deliver naturally... I was induced with my first and the major difference for me between natural labor and induced labor is that you don't get a chance to get used to the pain with induction, it can be pretty full on pretty fast (although that can be the same with some women and spontaneous labor I guess)... But if it were me in that position I would always try natural delivery first


 

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