Quoting [♥]Mrs. Morgan:" What part about the vaginal birth scares you? I was terrified of actually feeling the baby come out, ... [snip!] ... was seriously the most relieving part of the whole experience. It was like a release of pressure and I immediately felt better."
Quoting Booger & Bubba's Mommy:" I had a second csection. I had a panic attack when given pitocin & then the baby's heart rate dropped ... [snip!] ... delivered his entire body was literally tangled up in the cord. It's your decision. You have to do what feels right to you."
Quoting Mrs.Wood+1.5:" honestly its everything. Its something new that I have never experienced. My family is scared that if ... [snip!] ... to tell me the honest to god truth what its like. I have no one willing to tell me their story what it was like for them."
Quoting Brooke&Joshua+2.5:" I think you could do it. But I'd just really talk to your dr because of the health issues with whats ... [snip!] ... if you have her vaginally vs a c-section atleast when you hold her cause you won't have stitches or staples in your stomach."
Quoting Mrs.Wood+1.5:" they said my MRI came back normal but i haven't talked to my doctor since I got the results. But she has said i was a candidate for a vbac."
Quoting Mrs.Wood+1.5:" Okay so here's a little back story... I had my daughter at 34 weeks via emergency c-section. I remember ... [snip!] ... be bashed but I need some info here PLEASE. I am being pushed both ways. I would like some positive things about both options."My sister delivered all three of her children via C-Section. They are all three beautiful and healthy children. Her oldest daughter is 8, son is 3, and daughter is 2. She encouraged me to have a C-Section with my baby however I did have mine vaginally. However don't think half way through delivering her I didn't asked for a c-section. I had been present for my sister's third c-section and the idea of having one myself didn't scare me at all.