This is a question that I see SO MUCH in my group (The VBAC Australia Support Group on Facebook).
At the first antenatal appointment most women are given the option of VBAC or routine repeat caesarean with very little useful information. Then they have the added pressure of having to let their care provider know their decision by a certain time. Nevermind all those other decisions that need to be made.
For many women this is not a simple decision. We carry so much baggage from our cultural conditioning and previous experiences that colour HOW we will make this decision and what will actually be best for us.
Here are the steps that I recommend that you go through in order to get to the decision that will be best for you.
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