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VBAC with a hernia? "I had to have an emergency c-section with my first child due to his position and head getting stuck. My incision opened up after a week once I came home and once it finally healed I developed a hernia at incision site. I am pregnant again, after only 6 months postpartum, and asked about whether VBAC is feasible with said hernia. One Dr. said yes and another Dr. said not likely or only if you have your heart set on it. Any info or other Moms that have been in the same situation? I was induced 2 weeks early with the first due to my blood pressure elevating the last month of pregnancy. And though I know what risk that makes for mother and baby, I feel like my body just wasn’t ready. 4 days of laboring to get to 10 cm, including Cervidil and the balloon catheter, only to push for 3 hours and told he is stuck. I did everything to make this child appear without surgery but ended up still having the section. I really feel like I missed out on “going into labor on my own”, so I wanted to VBAC unless the hernia makes it out of the question. They also said they will repair hernia at time of c-section again. Just need some extra advice, please!!!!" #vbacquestions #vbacfacts ... See MoreSee Less
VBAC 10 years after CS? "My first child was CS. 9 days over due with preeclampsia. I was induced and in labor for 23hrs. Her heart rate started dropping which resulted in emergency CS. She is now 10 yrs old. I am now 37 wks pregnant with my second and will be attempting a VBAC. My doctor is very supportive of my choice. Does anyone know if the risks are less when the first CS was years ago?" #vbacquestions #vbacfacts ... See MoreSee Less
I went looking for my patient to see how she was doing with her squatting. This is what I found in between contractions. Get that baby down mommy!