Quoting 3LittleMonkeys:" they like the money surgery brings... I honestly really don't know because from the things I've learned, ... [snip!] ... things I've learned, the risks seem pretty much even. I will be looking though because I want a labor and birth naturally..."
The way my doc explained it to me, there's a chance that something could catch on the scar tissue I guess and then of course there's risks to the baby, but like you said, the risks are pretty much the same. I think my doc said something like there's a 1% chance that something could happen to the baby and once you get over that, then it's fine to proceed with a VBAC. I have no idea how she feels about VBA2Cs because I ended up with low fluids. Lol. And I'll be in Indiana next time I have a baby, so it won't actually matter HOW awesome my current OB/GYNs are.