VBAC or C- Section after reversal

Post new topic Reply to topic
Active Member
Active Member
Joined: 22 Sep 2012
Posts: 105
Reply with quote Back to top
Posted: Sat Aug 24, 2013 4:36 pm 
Post subject: VBAC or C- Section after reversal
I suppose this is a question for reversals ladies who were lucky enough to concieve. Nobody seems to be able to give me a straight answer regarding my impending birth.

I have one mid wife whom I see most of the time in the community who is all Vbac and cant see why I cant give birth naturally as 2 of my previous children were born naturally however both were induced for pre eclampsia, my 3 rd daughter was a c-section after deciding at 30 weeks it was time to move out. The midwives at the hospital are all c-section. I finding it all confusing. On top of the constant worry JellyBean is going to make an early appearance...

I just dont want to get all psyched up for a vbac and then things go horrbily wrong and end having a c-section. When I could just rule it out straight away and have a planned c-section with all the recovery time afterwards.

Does anyone know if the reversal scar affects things. As my scar goes from hip to hip and is still weak and gives me pain when coughing or sneezing. Nobody I have been in contact with has been able to tell me one way or the other whether this scar could affect things...

Hopefully somebody out there can share there experience with me.
Guru Member
Guru Member
Joined: 21 Aug 2011
Posts: 513
Reply with quote Back to top
Posted: Sat Aug 24, 2013 4:56 pm 
Post subject:
I haven't had a reversal however i have a bicornuate uterus and was told for this reason alone i would need sections by my gp however the midwives say natural and to speak to a gyno or doctor at the hospital so i suggest you do the same. IM sure you know what the issues are with having a scar there but im very aware that sections require a tonne of risk especially when re opening previous wounds so personally I'd have a vbac all the way which i intend to do so in the future xx
Display posts from previous:   
Post new topic   Reply to topic    AskBaby Talk -> Pregnancy Problems All times are GMT
Page 1 of 1

Jump to: