Hi! I'm currently preganant with my 2nd child. My first was an emergency c-section due to fetal distress. I would really like to have a VBAC this time around. I've been doing my research...it seems that the hospital and L&B staff make a HUGE difference in whether or not VBACs are supported and end up being succesful. I live in Torrance (LA county). I've looked into the VBAC success rates in our county and it looks like the UCLA Medical Center has the highest percentage (23.4% succesful VBACs) versus the hospitals nearby (Torrance Memorial 2.0% and Little Co of Mary 2.1%). If any of you could share your birth stories (especially VBAC stories) at UCLA Medical Center, I would greatly appreciate it! Thanks in advance!!
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