My name is Sarah and I'm trying to find to best way to increase my chances of having a natural birth in my second pregnancy after having a c-section in my first one. If anyone knows of any imformation on what doctor's and hospitals that are supportive of Vbac's please let me know. Thank you all.
Lisa Ross Birth Center recently changed medical directors and they are also now affiliated with UT Hospital. The news reports on the change mentioned that VBACS would be possible now, with the deliveries happening at UT Hospital, instead of the birth canter. It would probably be worth a call to the birth center to see what is possible. I had my third baby at the birth center in June and had a wonderful experience with prenatal and birth care.
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