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post #21 of 26
I saw Dr Downey and he's ok with a VBA2C.
post #22 of 26
Thank you for this info. I'm pregnant after a horrible twin pregnancy with TTTS and a c section at 29 weeks. I'd love to have a normal non medicated birth again. Does anyone know if Methodist Mansfield does vbac? Do I just call and ask?
post #23 of 26

I don't know about specific hospitals, but if you can't get into Dr. Cummings I have heard awesome things about Dr. Weinstein  - http://www.friscowomenshealth.com/dr-weinsteins-blog.html - if I still lived in the area I would definitely go check him out!  And yes, you can just call the L&D department at any hospital and ask if they do VBACs.  You can also check out rates at http://www.cesareanrates.com/texas-cesarean-rates/.
 

post #24 of 26

Hi,

I second Dr. Downey and Dr. Cummings as VBA2C providers.  My understanding is that they are the only two in DFW that will do it after 2 csections.  I do know another midwife that will do them besides the listed ones.  winky.gif
 

post #25 of 26
I wanted to share that Dr velez in midlothian will do VBAC. I have an appointment on Monday.
post #26 of 26
I think mine (family centered maternity care) do them. Their backup ob is supposed to be vbac friendly too... I love them. Will be with them for my second homebirth (4th birth) in february.
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