As I'm sure lots of you know the first time didn't go as planned, I felt as if I had been completely robbed of my birthing expeirence. My son will be 4 in February, and he will be a big brother in August, much to my surprise. None the less, I want to go with my goal and attempt a VBAC. I've been looking into having a VBAC since the c-section but now it's time to act. I can't tell you how much I want it. I got pregnant (this time) with an IUD, so I had to see a doctor ASAP. I chose one with high ratings that was covered by my insurance and she did the ultrasound and removed the IUD. I know that I will not be staying with this doctor because she does not accept medicaid and I will be a medicaid patient but I told her I wanted a VBAC and she not only made it seem like it was impossible, but she scared me. Why must doctors do this? This isn't the first time a doctor has been almost rude to me about a VBAC. The first time I asked a doctor about it they literally laughed in my face. I am apart of an ICAN group on facebook I'll be looking there for support but I plan to get to know you ladies and find a support system for myself here as well. Thank you for being here and please share any tips, advice, encouragement that you may have for me.