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14-01-2010 18:09 #11
18-01-2010 18:03 #12
I wanted to thank you all again for trying to help me de-stress
My doc app is on Thursday so will know more about what's going on then which will be a relief. I have a question though. I am considered a high risk PG but was told that I could try for a VBAC as long as there were no other complications along the way. Do you think this will count as a complication and therefore determine a c/section?
17-02-2015 18:26 #13Junior Member
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Ultrasound scan can detect any abnormalities. Since ultrasound scans are very good at picking up abnormalities, if you have a normal ultrasound, then it is likely that your baby will be born without any congenital or chromosomal abnormalities.
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