I'm early in my second pregnancy, but pursuing a VBAC was something I was determined to do the moment we knew DS was coming via c-section. But I guess I'm not sure what would make me a good candidate for VBAC. With DS, I was 41w5d, induced, and had medical complications only after my induction. I had high blood pressure and he couldn't handle Pitocin, though that was his only complication during my labor and they stopped Pit after less than 5 minutes. My water never broke on its own, and I had failure to progress after they did break it. Labor lasted 23 hours, and I dilated 9cm and we only ever reached 0 station. I was told later that his head was cocked sideways (his cone had started forming to one side, not straight back) and that I have a slightly narrow birth canal.
So no medical issues other than going past term and those associated with induction drugs. Baby position being off, and slightly narrow birth canal. Any thoughts? And I would ask my doctor, but we are switching health insurance next week, and the nearest hospital that allows VBAC is 30miles away, so I will be driving at least that far for my appointments when I do find a doctor. Thanks!
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