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I hope that you all aren't tired of me posting about this stuff!!!
I've been doing TONS of reasearch about VBAC's after multiple c/s as well as the risks involved with having another section. DH wasn't necessarly on board with me trying a VBAC because he thought that since dr's were saying no to them that they are more risky. I've showed DH tons of research about how VBAC's are actually less dangerous than a repeat section. I'm SO happy that DH is now on board with me attempting a VBAC and I think he is even some what comfortable with a home birth, which is something that I never thought he would be ok with.
I just need to find a dr or a midwife who will support me. I already have a reference for a midwife who will let me do a home birth.
Great news! On one of the sites I was browsing on it had a list of most important factors in a successful VBAC and the number 1 item was a supportive husband/partner. Now that it looks like our homebirth will actually be happening too, I am also so uberly excited and sadly have no one IRL to share with so don't ever feel bad about posting here!
^^^ I agree with you about having no one IRL to talk to about this stuff. I'm afraid that I'm not going to have much support when people find out that I'm going to try for a vbac and I have a good idea that very few of our families will be supportive of a home birth. I don't really care though. As long as I have the support of my DH and who ever will be helping me birth our child, thats all the matters.