My Journey to VBA2C & UBA2C


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Reply Wesleytet
1:10 AM on July 26, 2018 
Reply Argupewer
2:41 PM on May 4, 2017 
Reply Mitshi
10:46 PM on April 24, 2017 
I want to go for a vba2c
Reply kzsiefoa
4:19 AM on March 17, 2017
Reply Vanessa
12:31 PM on April 19, 2014 
I'm so glad to have found your vba2c story. I'm doing my research and really hoping to have a vba2c as well. Congrats!!!
Reply Maria
7:10 PM on July 21, 2013 
Your such an inspiration!
I live in Sweden and can really relate to your story, Although I wish I could find some kind of network here closer to home.
Right after my second c-section started to do research on VBA2C and after reading your story I'm encouraged to stand my ground and once again I believe that I too could give birth vaginally, Thank you for charing your story.
Reply chrissie
4:03 PM on April 23, 2013 
I just wanted to tell you that you are EXACTLY the mom and story I was looking for. I just spent over an hour reading a few of your stories and I cannot wait to share them with my husband. My first child was a hospital vaginal birth, my second- a hospital, all natural birth turned unnecessary csection. 8 years later we are pregnant with #3 and I am DETERMINED not to go through that again. I have expressed my feelings to my husband for over a year now as I have been planning this birth since before we started trying to get pregnant. I have struggled to find a dr, been turned down by midwives, and now I am considering seeing my Dr until I feel I no longer need to, and doing an unassisted birth. I have some supporters, and some very discouraging friends. All I need is my husband and my best friend on my side and Im set! I cannot wait to get my birth kit, pool, pads, etc. I feel as if I am planning a life altering event. I am a strong woman, and I can have the labor and birth of my dreams. YOU are a strong woman, you just proved medical professionals wrong, twice! I am bookmarking your site and when I need a pick me up, I will come revist your stories. Thank you so much for allowing us into your home and into your experiences, all in the name of helping others. I cannot wait to read this to my husband and help him understand more.
Reply allie bagwell
9:40 AM on September 24, 2012 
i just read your story and it is so inspiring to me. My husband and i are trying for our third and i'm already making birthing plans. my first was a c section due to fetal distress at 34 weeks. my second was a planned section because my doctor and family were against a VBAC. This time around i am determined to have a vbac and my husband is very supportive. your sotry is great and i just wanted to say thank you!
Reply Nicole
1:19 PM on July 2, 2012 
Thank you, thank you, thank you for sharing your story! I just found out I'm pregnant with my 3rd, and and looking for resources and support for vba2c. I'm so overwhelmed that I don't even know where to start (even though I did all the research during my second pregnancy!), but just reading your vba2c is so heartening!
Reply Jessica
12:50 AM on April 25, 2012 
Congrats. I've had 2 c-sec 1st 32 week baby had heartrate trouble 2nd wanted vbac last minitue doc tried scaring me into the baby to big story was only 8.9lbs. I am so sorry I didn't try harder. Next time around I will not give up. Your story has inspired me.