I've been planning a vbac and have had 2 weeks of pre labour such as contractions and mucus plug loss with a distinct feeling of baby pushing down and loads of pressure in pelvis.
Yesterday I realised my bub has not been moving as much. I went into maternal assessment and they pushed the whole c section thing. They believe I am carrying a large baby and my cervix has regressed. For personal reasons I was gutted to be going down the same path again as my last c section was torture.
This morning at 3 am, I am realising that the pressure I had before has gone and they are right as so has all the pre labour stuff plus there is some change with her movement patterns.
I've lost faith in their abilities though because in the last week, through clinics and attending maternal assessment, the advice has changed dramatically to lets induce, oh we can't; let's book a c section, lets let you go to 42 weeks etc etc.
This hospital is 40 mins away and I have a huge local hospital just down the road. I attended the original hospital because they offered the vacs there but now that's not an option, I feel I want to change. Obviously, this would need to happen asap, like the referral would need to go through today or tomorrow.
Is this crazy this late in the game?