So, I know the arguments against having the triple screen done and I understand the false positive risk and I AM an educated mama who's decided to go ahead with the test anyway. I'm planning a homebirth VBAC and have encountered some resistance (we had a VERY traumatic 3rd birth) and so want to be completely prepared for anything we might be dealing with.....That being said, I'm not looking for a debate on the pros or cons associated with the testing, only some support and insight and maybe a few stories from other mamas who've gone on to deliver healthy babies after getting 'positive' triple screen results. I've googled and read as much as I could since yesterday when I got my 'positive' result (risk factor was 1 in 45) and don't really know what I'm actually asking except for others to share their experiences. I get the differences between screening and diagnostics, but have to admit that I'm still a little anxious about the next step. We're opting for the level II U/S and making a decision on other testing after those results. Even with the increased risk, we're still 97.7777% assured a healthy baby, but any time testing results in abnormal findings, it's stressful. Thoughts??