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    This is something I had to read before my vbac and the hospital gives this as a booklet to everyone. It's for vbacs but it has alot of basic stats and info on c/s and vb's.
    http://www.thewomens.org.au/uploads/.../VBAC_2010.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lily of the Nile View Post
    This is something I had to read before my vbac and the hospital gives this as a booklet to everyone. It's for vbacs but it has alot of basic stats and info on c/s and vb's.
    http://www.thewomens.org.au/uploads/.../VBAC_2010.pdf
    Thank you for link. I'm currently pregnant with 2nd (only 16weeks) and have been told I can try for a VBAC (at the womens). I'm sure I will be given some info but will definitely have a good look through this too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lily of the Nile View Post
    This is something I had to read before my vbac and the hospital gives this as a booklet to everyone. It's for vbacs but it has alot of basic stats and info on c/s and vb's.
    http://www.thewomens.org.au/uploads/.../VBAC_2010.pdf
    Wow that's a fantastic resource.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiamondEyes View Post
    but, planned c-sect can still go wrong, no one is free from the possibility of human error

    my planned c section was horrendous compared to my emergency (and that was no walk in the park either)

    i was nieve, i read so many stories of beautiful planned stress free c sects, and i didnt even know what happened was even a possibility, so when it happened, it knocked me on my a.s.s and 3 years on, im still having nightmares, im still bursting into tears randomly, i still shake uncontrollably when i see a c sect happening on a tv show, (even a fake one)

    was mine ugly? YES

    are all ugly? NO
    I feel similar to you hugs.

    I have only got one DS and we are ttc and I am petrified of what's to come when I am finally pregnant.

    You have frightened me more about my next CS which will b planned (I cannot have a vbac). Can I ask what happened? You don't have to tell me if it will further traumatize or pm me either way. I really want to go into my next section knowing everything. I'm already petrified and like you get upset when I see them on tv so I'll be ok hearing about xx but remember don't have to say anything do don't feel bad if you decline x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happymum2 View Post
    Thank you for link. I'm currently pregnant with 2nd (only 16weeks) and have been told I can try for a VBAC (at the womens). I'm sure I will be given some info but will definitely have a good look through this too.
    Quote Originally Posted by EmyB View Post
    Wow that's a fantastic resource.
    I thought it was really good cause it's easy to understand info, it's not biased or has an agenda and it has a great section where you can go through all the pros and cons, write down whats important, what's not and helps you make a decision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misschief View Post
    I guess those who are worried about a vaginal birth tearing up their privates, dont care whether or not they can breastfeed. There is a bigger chance of not being able to breastfeed with planned cesareans than with natural birth.
    I don't think is entirely true. I've known plenty of women, including myself who have had c-sections and been able to breastfeed trouble free. My breastfeeding experience after my c-section was a breeze.
    On the other hand my mother was not able to breastfeed any of her four babies who were born by drug free vaginal births

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennos Mummy View Post
    I don't think is entirely true. I've known plenty of women, including myself who have had c-sections and been able to breastfeed trouble free. My breastfeeding experience after my c-section was a breeze.
    On the other hand my mother was not able to breastfeed any of her four babies who were born by drug free vaginal births
    Agreed my milk came in almost straight away. No issues at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennos Mummy View Post
    I don't think is entirely true.
    Yes it is, there is plenty of research to support it. It might not of been your experience though.

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