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Old 03-26-2013, 01:32 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by sisu
ACOG states that women with one or two uncomplicated pregnancies and c-sections with low transverse incisions are candidates for vaginal birth. Whether or not you can find a provider that is comfortable with it is often an entirely different story, but if it's something you are interested in, I think it's worth looking into and discussing with your doc.
Well, it says they are candidates for a "trial of labor," which most doctors seem to treat as kind of a favor they are doing for the naive mother before they dive in with the scalpel. The risks of a third (or fourth) CS far outweigh those of a VBA2C (or more) in an uncomplicated pregnancy.
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