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<p>Someone recently asked me about recommendations for VBAC in Baltimore. She had a C-section at U of MD that she thinks was due to a specific midwife on call and does not want to return there.</p>
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<p>I know we don't have specific information about VBAC success rates statistically, but where would you recommend she look at</p>
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<p>Thanks!</p>
 

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<p>HTH. I think really with MD being new to even allowing VBAC (from what I hear anyway), the best advice I have is to find someone that will give you the go ahead for a VBAC and take matters into your own hands. Meaning laboring for as long as possible at home, getting a doula, and not consenting to interventions. My OB has been great about the whole VBAC thing so far and very supportive. Let me know if you need any more help, I'd be happy to provide info and or my experience with St. Joesph in a few weeks.</p>
 
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