I am wondering if there are any providers in NH/VT who do not define single suture closure as high risk? I am being told that because a previous csection was done with only one layer of suturing, I am considered high risk and cannot give birth in a community hospital setting, instead being told I have to go to Fletcher Allen or Dartmouth Hitchcock. Are there any providers who do not see this as high risk? And if not, is there conclusive research out there that this is in fact the case?
9/17/2014 6:38:09 PM
Is homebirth an option you are considering? There may be some midwives who attend vbac s with "special scars."
10/15/2014 9:28:02 PM
Katherine Bramhall, NHCM, LMVT
I would strongly discourage a Homebirth with a single closure, as it goes against the administrative rules in both NH and VT for a Homebirth midwife to attend you. In the event of a transfer in labor, should that happen, your reception at a hospital would be clouded in controversy, not love and respect. At FAHC I have a client who is working with David Jones and his team to do a TOL. Very good luck to you!
10/20/2014 5:40:52 AM
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