I was induced 3 days before my due date because of increased BP and some protein (not pre-e levels but working their way there). I failed to progress past 2 centimeters and then my LO started experiencing mild fetal distress during contractions and had trouble keeping her heart rate steady. So they did an "emergency" c-section. Turns out she was stuck on my pelvic bone and had the cord wrapped around her neck. She never would have delivered vaginally. I recovered very easily from it, very little pain, up and walking within 24 hours etc. I am choosing to have a repeat with this baby. My dr's have given me the option (including giving me the positives of VBAC and the drawbacks of a repeat) and are supportive of whatever I choose to do. I am CONSTANTLY getting people telling me that I will regret not trying again, that a VBAC is the better option etc etc. I know a lot of people consider it a trauma or have regrets that they ended up with a c-section and I totally understand it, however, I have none of that. I'm actually more petrified of trying labor again and my body failing. I just wish that people would listen when I say that I've done my research, I know the risks and rewards of both and I have made an informed decision.