I had uterine surgery to remove fibroids and fix a t-shaped uterus. This surgery was necessary (I think) because I had been trying for 8 years to get pregnant to no avail. 10 months after the surgery, boom: I am pregnant. SO my OB tells me that I will have to a scheduled C-section proir to going into labor because the stress of labor could be risky due to the scar tissue. He told me the risk of rupture was around 10% if I opted to try a vaginal birth. The scar tissue I have is on the top part of my uterus, this is why he explained, is the difference between me and a women who had just had a prior c-section. Now, doing some reserarch WAY after the fact, I am wondering if I could have had a vaginal birth. I didnt question him at all before. We did the amnio to check for lung maturity and took Simon at 37.5 weeks. The baby did fine, no lasting side effects from being early (that I can tell). WHat do you think?