hi, I am 20 weeks and currently doing shared care with my GP and Fairfield hospital antenatal clinic. But thinking I would rather go to Liverpool hospital...
i had my first son Nov 2011 by c-section and are due with my second 8 Oct 2013. Fairfield midwives advised me that as this birth is less than 24 mths since my last, the policy is do under go another c-section unless I really REALLY want to attempt a VBAC, which I absolutely do not.
my question is, if I change to Liverpool hospital (which I definatly can do) will they take the same policy or will they push for a VBAC as they do undertake them regularly as they are a high risk hospital. Is the policy to not recommend a VBAC under 24 mths across the board or is this just for low risk hospitals like fairfield and high risk hospitals still try to go through with them....
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