Of giving birth naturally (VBAC)?
With my first pregnancy -- I had a c section unexpectedly at 37 weeks 4 days. My daughter was breech + low amniotic fluids. My OBGYN at the time stated that she risked a major cord accident and being delivered stillborn.
Since then I have changed OBGYNS. My new OBGYN (unfortunately) delivers at a defacto ban hospital. He seems to support my wishes for a vbac but says I will be unable to do it at the hospital he delivers at.
They still have NO idea why I had low amniotic fluids (even though it was middle of summer in Florida?) or why she was breech. They also think that her being born and weighing 5lbs 4oz was of "low birth weight". New doctor thinks that all of those issues combined may indicate an unknown issue that never had time to FULLY present itself. So now I am also seeing a high-risk doctor.
SO FAR -- the baby looks great. Growing on target. Nothing out of the ordinary.
ISSUES I've had so far:
- subchorionic bleeding early in pregnancy (don't know if there is any correlation with placenta abruptions/issues in delivery?) As far as I know the SCH lasted around 10 days before it dissolved itself.
- Uterine Fibroid (any correlation for complications?) It has also since disappeared.
- Uterine Prolapse -- honestly not sure if I still have this. My doctor didnt seem concerned and hasn't mentioned anything in months. Said it was possible it would correct itself as baby grew.
Does anyone know if any of those issues would ruin my chances at a VBAC? Would I be completely out of line to deny c-section and go to a different hospital when I went into labor if all looked good w hen it was time for baby to come?