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    nnegron1 posted:
    Hello ladies,
    This is my 3rd pregnancy, and I was just asked if I would like to try a VBAC for this pregnancy. I had my first daughter vaginally, and then had to have a c-section with my 2nd daughter two years ago. My question is, have any previous mamas had this experience? What is your opinion on it? Right now I'm on the fence. While I like the short recovery time with having the baby naturally, I'm kind of frightened by trying to do this after having to end up having a c-section last time. Any advice is welcomed.

    Me (27), DH (32), DD (4), DD (1) due June 27th, 2013 with bb#3


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