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    Hi,
    Just wondering if anyone has had a successful VBAC with small age gap (16 months).
    Our hospital is happy for us to try but id love to know its possible!!!

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    Subbing because I'm in the same situation (19 month age gap).

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    I know someone who had a successful vbac with a 17 month gap

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    I had a successful vbac with a 21m age gap.
    He was induced, and delivered within 1.5 hrs.

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    Hi OP, I had a successful VBAC with a 16 month age gap. There were no issues at all through labor and I delivered DD into my arms on the shower floor.

    My sister almost had a VBAC with a 15 month age gap. She got to fully dilated and pushing and after some terrible management she was taken for another cesarean. Her scar was fine and had the hospy not treated her so badly I have no doubt she could have had a successful VBAC.

    It is definitely possible. Good luck

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    Default Successful VBAC with small age gap

    Thanks guys

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    Yep!!! It is possible! I did a 16 month age gap. Labour didn't stabilise properly though, i was at 6cm for 5 hours so they put me on a low dose syntocin drip, 3 hrs later (nearly 1 of those was pushing!) she was born!

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    Yep!!! It is possible! I did a 16 month age gap. Labour didn't stabilise properly though, i was at 6cm for 5 hours so they put me on a low dose syntocin drip, 3 hrs later (nearly 1 of those was pushing!) she was born!

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    My sister had a successful VBAC after two Cs, mind you she decided for home birth cause nobody was going to let her do VBAC.
    Ages are 3, 20mths and 7weeks

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    6 months ago a friend of my had a VBAC with twins after having a c-section 2 years prior


 

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