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Forum: VBAC: Vaginal Birth After a Caesarean


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March 24th, 2011, 08:44 AM
Mom to minions's Avatar Super Mommy
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Location: Michigan
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I was told no for #2 because they would not do one at the hospital... and they knew it the whole time and waited till the last month to tell me!!!

Anyway, I had found a midwife who would work with me for a VBAC when I had another child so I did not have to have a 4th Csection. She has moved out of state now. IDK if I can find anyone else. It was going to be a hospital birth because well, it was 3 csections and I have a blood clotting problem where I clot to much. SO I am on a blood thinner while pregnant. The town where my Peri is has a hospital which will allow VBACs but you need to have a Dr. or midwife. I have no clue where I will find one. I have tried and for the most part, it is either because I have had 3 csection or because of the blood clotting issue (even though it is really not that bad).

I have read stories online of women successfully doing a Vbac after 3 and 4 csections. So I know it can be done.
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March 24th, 2011, 09:22 AM
Gray_baby's Avatar Platinum Supermommy
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I've heard some women find VBAC supportive providers by calling the L&D floor where they want to deliver and asking the nurses for advice on doctors. Or contact your local ICAN chapter, they will most likely know of doctors you can contact.

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March 29th, 2011, 08:03 AM
flitabout's Avatar Platinum Supermommy
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I would start looking from the ICAN list of providers. Check the list of too. Are you looking into a HBA3C?

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