I was hoping to find a way of making my possible decision to do a c-section more evidence based on my personal body and not statistics, liabilities, and birth professionals polarized one way or the other by politics and ideologies. Right now, my intuition is that I should NOT try natural birth again.
So, I stumbled on an article which talking about the less discussed Risks of Vaginal Delivery.
Which led me to this "Birth simulator reduces chance of emergency C-sections" article:
I just have a sneaking suspicion that the very concept of this software is so full of pitfalls that the very discussion of this kind of screening will never get very far. Just because most medical interventions are risky in childbirth most of the time does not mean science and medicine should be dismissed entirely in the prevention of the trauma that can arise from unplanned c-sections.
Any data/insight is appreciated.