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So I was here in the beginning of this pregnancy with hopes for a vbac after some shuffling around with an evil Dr back to my Dr who delivered DD I started to question my vbac/natural delivery option. My first daughter was breech so I had her via c/section then this time I started to question "What if this little girl is breech too?" I didn't want to get my hopes up for them to be dashed at the end. Well I had a growth u/s the other day because I was measuring 5wks ahead and lo and behold little girl was head down, not breech like I suspected. She was folded in half with her feet at her head during the u/s but ladies in my PR said that she still has a chance for her legs to move. At this point in my pregnancy I am very glad to hear that my not as stubborn as her bigger sister little girl is head down. I'm sure I have mentioned in the past but I have a unicornate uterus so I'm pretty sure like 95% sure that she is where she will be come delivery time. DD1 was breech from 28/29wks on so I'm keeping all of my crossables crossed that this girl stays head down and doesn't try to move. So with all of that I'm bringing vbac/natural delivery back to my game plan barring no unforeseen issues at the end of my pregnancy. Luckily this time around things seem to be going a bit smoother for me.
Cay wife to David mom to Megan 10/01/2010 and April 7/14/2013
Welcome back! I'm glad things are going well, and I truly hope you are able to get the VBAC you desire. None of us know exactly how our births will pan out, so if NCB is an interest/desire, feel free to stick around and participate.