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We won't allow you... question from the website, "My problem is that there is only a one ob practice in my town, and the closest supportive doctor is farther away than a woman in labor can be reasonably expected to travel. Is there not some obligation on the part of doctors to not force women to seek care elsewhere, when they are the most reasonable, and really safest choice?
Question from the website: "Hi am about 11 weeks pregnant and I am going to pursue a vbac! Only cath is I just had my son October 8th 2014 so that would put this baby being born at 14 months post partum cesarean. Of course I was denied a vbac from all the doctors at our ob practice and our only hospital does not allow it either. I had a csection with my first because he was stuck coming face first and I was told there was nothing that could be done and I needed an immediate csection. I feel like I should have pushed a little and maybe his head would have straightened out but they told me I could brake his neck if I tried. My recovery was awful. I could have done a better job at caring for myself and my son if I were paralyzed. The only risks my doctors have told me are the risk of uterin rupture which is 1%. That is not enough to scare me into a repeat csection. They can schedule it all they want but I will not be showing up for it. 1. Because I truly believe I can handle a vbac! 2. Because I am absolutely terrified to go under the knife another damn time and never know if j could have delivered vaginally. I am due December 26th 2015. I’ve researched everything and honestly I don’t believe most of it. If no one is ever given a chance of vbac then of course the statistics for them are going to be awful low success rates. I asked my doctor what if I waited and labored at home for a little while. He said if you came to the hospital and you were 5cm dialated, then you would have already ruptured by then if it was going to happen. Then he said “but it would be a terrible thing to bleed out at home” this to scare me! I wasn’t scared cus I really don’t think it’s going to happen. Am I not considering the risks enough? Am I being too optimistic? There are so many success vbacs I’ve read wit woman pp under 18 months. Do you think I can do it? Do you have any advice for me?" #vbacquestions #vbacfacts ... See MoreSee Less
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