Quoting supa~~fly:" It doesn't make it 'pretty risky'. It does make it somewhat risky depending on the time between pregnancies. The chances of your uterus busting is less and less as more time goes by"
I just said that because I've heard of and read that so many doctors won't even do a VBAC due to the fact it could "rupture" or something along the lines of that. Unless I missed somewhere in the conversation/article I read that there was another reason I'm unaware of, I sure hope that's the case for me! I wanted so bad to deliver naturally but I couldn't after being induced.
I'm so hoping that when it comes time for baby #2, I'll be able to have a VBAC and I don't plan on having another for at least 5 years.