i never thought it would be this difficult, but i am having so much trouble finding someone to support my vba2c. i started with family docs, but they wanted to transfer me to an ob. so i switched to a nurse-midwife who was willing to support me, but her medical partner wants to break my waters at 41 weeks (both my sections were for going to 42 weeks without progress). i just want to find someone willing to be patient & not pressure me or use scare tactics or a bajillion interventions! it's becoming clear to me--from talking to docs & midwives alike--that my best bet is a homebirth.
im at 31 weeks & i am between care providers. does anyone have any experience with this in the wisconsin area? or does anyone know a midwife willing to travel to support a vba2c? or does anyone know a spot in the midwest that i could vacation at for however many days to be near a midwife who would support me??
i'm a mama of an 8 year old boy, a 5 year old boy, a 2 year old girl & a newborn baby boy! i'm into attachment parenting, unschooling, writing comics & figuring it all out.
Fledgling midwife on hiatus, Wife to B, mama to C (c/s 12/04) and S (12/07), m/c (3/12) and expecting another bean 6/13 .
Dr. Hartung in Hudson is an OB in a midwives clothing- (usually) VBA2C Friendly, Breech Friendly and Natural minded being his highlights! Otherwise I know of a MN (Minneapolis Area) homebirth midwife who was at my 4th's birth (a HBA2C). Her name is Vanessa Stephans-Coldwater. GL!
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