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SIUH doesn't inform women of its internal policy permitting forced cesareans. But we did. Women, and even hospital staff, were shocked. #RosRev #RinatisNotAlone
Vaginal breech vs 3rd CS: "Hi, I'm 36 weeks 4 days with baby #6. She is frank breech and I've been trying every remedy to get her to flip. My doctor tried a quick ECV this week and couldn't get her all the way turned. He is going to try again next week where we will have more time to give it a real try. He said he is comfortable doing a breech vaginal birth if that is what I want. I'm torn. This is most likely our last child, so having a RCS won't affect future pregnancies, but the recovery with 5 kids scares me. My last child was stillborn and I have some trauma from that, so I really just want this girl here healthy. If I did the breech vaginal birth it would be my 4th vba2c. If not my 3rd c/s. Is there a good place to find stats on the risks of a breech vaginal birth vs a 3rd c/s? Thanks" #breech #vaginalbreech #vbacfacts ... See MoreSee Less
It makes me sad how many women report that their VBAC supportive provider requires delivery by 39 weeks because: