I’ve done a lot of reading the last few days in regards to HBACs and studies conducted which has helped me greatly in writing this post. 2,731 more words
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Follow up to my anti HBAC post Part 2 of 4 - Why I chose to try a VBAC (Vaginal Birth after Caesarean)
When I found out I was pregnant with DS2, I knew I wanted to try and have a normal vaginal delivery so I started to look into my options, I read into both VBAC and HBAC. 848 more words
Before I explain why I am so against HBAC (Home Birth After Caesarean) I must say that I am not against home births in general, if a woman can safely birth in a comfortable environment without intervention then that could be a truly wonderful experience, and I wouldn’t want to interfere with their choice. 1,157 more words
Since last June, I have been following a post on Glow in the Woods asking for success stories for pregnancies post-placental abruption. I keep hoping there will be a story like mine, and then a success (no luck yet). 912 more words
One year ago today contractions started. Mild to start, they quickly got stronger and I got more anxious. Something didn’t feel right.
We went to the hospital first time at about midnight and were promptly told to go home, I wasn’t even a centimetre dilated. 962 more words