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    Ngaiz are you having a scheduled csect or induction. Im not sure if I want to try for a vbac or if I want to have scheduled csect im scared

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    I've booked in for a repeat c-section at 39w. My intentions were to go vbac if he decided to come earlier. For years I fanticised about delivering my babies and lifting then onto my chest. On the other hand I'm so terrified that my body will fail me and something will go seriously wrong. Being so stressed about his growth and health I just want him out now so am going c-section. I'm scared my spinal will fail again and I'll end up under GA again too.
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    Im very nervous either way. I want a natural but I also want safe but what is safe these days my gp who was an obstetrician he is peter ganters brother said to be blunt he would say go for repeat csect

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    Ben supports my decision either way but said repeat would be his recommendation. He explained that the chances of something going wrong with vbac are very slim but when they do they go really wrong. This is where I worry my body will give it out me.

    It really is a hard one.
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    That is exactly the same as my gp. I am worried about it but if I have a csect then I will never have chance of natural I don't know if I want to experience labour. He said I could have a trial of labour see how I go

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    I was offered the same but from what others have experienced I believe the recovery from labour then cs is horrible.
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    I have a friend who had episiotomy and a csect damaged everywhere ouch

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    How are you tracking ngaiz


 

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