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    Default Multiple C-section & VBAC question -

    Hello ladies,
    I have had one emergency c-section, a successful VBAC, third another emergency c-section. I am expecting my fourth child after a 2 1/2 year gap. My Ob saying I have to have an elective c-section for this.
    My question is, has anyone else had multiple births with a similar order and were you successful in a VBAC after 2 c-sections and 1 natural?
    I don't see that I have any health issues, placenta clear of scar etc so just questioning why I can not attempt a second vbac.
    Any advice greatly appreciated.

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hillslady View Post
    Hello ladies,
    I have had one emergency c-section, a successful VBAC, third another emergency c-section. I am expecting my fourth child after a 2 1/2 year gap. My Ob saying I have to have an elective c-section for this.
    My question is, has anyone else had multiple births with a similar order and were you successful in a VBAC after 2 c-sections and 1 natural?
    I don't see that I have any health issues, placenta clear of scar etc so just questioning why I can not attempt a second vbac.
    Any advice greatly appreciated.

    Thank you.
    Talk to your doctor but I would imagine his concern is more about the integrity of your uterine scar than anything else. Did they go through the previous scar for your second caesar or make a new incision?


 

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