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September 6th, 2011, 12:58 PM
dream2bemommy22's Avatar and baby makes 5
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How do doctors feel about pregnancies after VBAC's

I had a csection in April 2008, becuase my daughter was breech. In Nov 2009, i gave birth to my son with an induced VBAC, on my due date.

I will be moving to Florida from Chicago, and Dh and i are talking about possibly adding to our family in the near future. i just want to know what i am in for when it comes to this.

Will doctors look at me differently becuase i have had a VBAC, or are they going to treat me like a csection patient. Im very nervous, especially since i know nothing in the area, and i am starting over in the doctor department. I absolutely love my current ob ( who delivered my son) and im afraid i wont find a doctor as supportive as he was with me.

Any thoughts?
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September 6th, 2011, 07:47 PM
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You will always be considered a VBAC< but you have success on your side, so it should help you in finding a provider.

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September 7th, 2011, 02:04 PM
*Candi*'s Avatar Candi
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I agree with the pp, having success on your side will help, but you may have to really search for a dr who will support you

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September 7th, 2011, 06:21 PM
dream2bemommy22's Avatar and baby makes 5
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ugh, i was afraid of that. I know if i were to stay here it would be a non issue, my current OB is so supportive. But going out and finding a new doctor is going to suck. '

Serioulsy, i gave birth to a 9lb 4oz baby, i think i can handle it. ugh
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September 20th, 2011, 05:51 PM
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Having had a previous VBAC will really help you find a care provider that will be supportive of another VBAC. Best of luck!

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