I am looking for a new ob/gyn. I want a vbac for my next birth, the problem is there are no doctors near me who allow this. Would it be terribly wrong for me to not inform the new doctor that I have previously had a c-section. The way I see it they will do a section if baby shows signs of distress or if I have irregular contractions with failure to progress, which are signs of uterine rupture. I don't know how else to handle it. I can't have another c-section i am extremely allergic to adhesive with they use to keep incision closed by doctor told me he put several layers of suters to keep incision internally closedAnswer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 3:05 PM on Sep. 12, 2009 in Pregnancy
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Answer by Anonymous at 3:17 PM on Sep. 12, 2009
THIS IS YOU BANGING YOUR HEAD!
Do you realize that your unborn child or you could DIE if your don't share this information. I agree with what everyone else has said YOU HAVE A SCAR. Use your head lady smarten up are you sure you worded this right? cause this is a stupid question to ask.
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