35 Weeks Attempting To Do VBAC Scared

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mandyxoxo18 - October 25

I have never went into actual labor on my own. My first baby was breech, I knew it was going to be a C-Section and was prepared. Everything went great, the recovery was a little rough on me. I heard Vaginal delivery recoveries are very quick and not as painful. I'm planning on doing it mainly so I can be up and moving around taking care of both kids but I'm very scared. I'm really pet_te and small framed. Ultrasound shows my daughter being very small as well and my dr says I'll be a perfect candidate to do a VBAC. I've been researching and looking up what to expect and the feelings before and afterwards and I'm nervous not knowing what to expect. Any moms out there have any advice or helpful hints? (I do plan on getting an epidural)

 

staples113 - January 14

You've probably had your baby by now, but I had a v____al delivery for my daughter who was born 5 pound 15 so on the small side and after a four hour labour the next day I was up and walking around, no pain relief other than some ice to help with the swelling which is common. You'll be fine with a VBAC, and will recover much quicker! If you haven't had the bub and have any more questions feel free to ask!

 

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