33 Replies to “VBAC or C-SECTION? Doctor's Verdict | 35 WEEKS PREGNANT”

  1. may I ask with Judah did you try getting on your hands and knees and trying other positions im just wondering as I prepare for my next

  2. Heartbuuuuurn ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ and acid reflex so bad I keep vomiting in my mouth ๐Ÿ˜ฃ
    35 weeks is not fun for me

  3. I love how you do your eye make-up; it's so natural looking, soft and pretty!! Your positivity and cheery personality is refreshing.

  4. I have insomnia this week but uts getting better ๐Ÿ™‚ you looked great at 35 weeks. Your so positive in yoir videos, its why i like watching them ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. I had an emergency c- section @26 weeks my first pregnancy. I had twins too. the recovery was horrible and the whole thing was scary. you're so strong. I've been given the ok to have a vbac but I don't have it on paper do you think I should.

  6. I am so glad you got to have the vbac that you wanted. I am very surprised the protocol is so different hospital to hospital in western Washington. I am 34 weeks right now, and almost right away from the first appointment they were very strongly pushing me toward a Vbac at UWMC. I delivered vaginally my first, c-section with my second(because first baby had shoulder dystocia being 10lbs 4oz), and I am attempting a vbac with my third in a few weeks. Almost every appointment they have wanted to make sure I was still going to try for a Vbac and showing all the supporting information to me about how high chances of success are.
    Way to go for advocating for yourself. I followed your pregnancy in large part because I knew that I was going to attempt a vbac and I wanted to see how your journey went! So awesome.

  7. Wow! My Dr asked me which I preferred….I did get my VBAC but during labor…I was told more than once I could change my mind….My Dr did insist with my VBAC that I come to the hospital as soon as labor started just for the rare complications

  8. Please don't go past 41 weeks, I work in a NICU and have had babies die from staying in too long. I'm wishing you the best of luck and a wonderful VBAC! I love giving birth!

  9. macias vines is using your video …. and im sure you did not agree to this. Please check it out im not okay with this and i know your not as well ๐Ÿ˜ฏ

  10. First of all – you look amazing as always. ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ
    Second of all – I had the same vaginal birth you did. I had no medication and Charlotte was sunny side up. I pushed for nearly 2 hours and my midwife turned her…๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ฉ๐Ÿ˜ฒ๐Ÿ˜“THAT hurt. Lol. All I remember was thinking, "Ok, Hannah. Logically you know she has to do this. It's happening." What came out of my mouth when she went for it? "STOP! DON'T YOU DARE!" Pretty hilarious as I'm looking back on it though ๐Ÿ˜‚ Thankfully my midwife was successful and Charlotte was born vaginally. Amazing experience and I would do it again in a heartbeat!

  11. Im finally caught up on your pregnancy updates! It took a few days of binge watching, but I am excited to watch your updates in "real time' now!! Congrats on the go ahead for a VBAC! I am a newer L&D nurse and haven't experienced a VBAC! Excited to see how it goes for you!

  12. I was a schedule csection!!!!! my moms ob was on leave at the set due date and she really wanted him to delevrr me…. at 38 weeks I was face up, bottim down….. I wasnt changing position so yeH ๐Ÿ˜›

  13. I had a VBAC 2 years ago. Soooo much better than a c-section! Praying you have a beautiful, uncomplicated VBAC!

  14. I wonder if all of the pineapple is what is causing your contractions? they actually recommend pineapple to induce labor.

  15. I had a successful vbac to a baby girl 4 months ago. I had triplets at 26 weeks via csection, my daughter passed a week after birth but we were blessed with healthy twin boys. God decided to bless us with another daughter and she is the epitome of health, I had an all natural vbac with her, but I did labor for 3 days. So worth it though and so much better than a csection!

  16. Loved this, I just subscribed! Bless you and your family. It's nice to hear about other women's progress through their pregnancy.
    I'm 35 weeks preggers too (but this is my first)! Due May 1st. Congrats on getting approved for a VBAC! I'm planning to do a natural birth too, and with no meds. My blood type is A- so I want to make sure my babies blood won't mix with mine.
    My symptoms this week was…
    – I became a bit emotional (baby blues) last night, so thankful my hubby was there to comfort me, though.
    -The past 4 days my nose bleed 3 times, throughout the whole pregnancy it only bleed once before that, very odd.
    -Heartburt has been my nemesis since the middle of 2nd trimester, however (knock on wood) it's been less firery this week.

  17. Your pregnancy has flown by! I've been watching since your positive. I am 9 weeks pregnant so I am now re-living your videos week by week. You are beautiful and pregnancy really is beautiful too! <3

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