OB/GYN Recommendations - VBAC Specialty, NE
When I went through my first pregnancy, I loved Dr. Adams (Joe affectionately called her Patch in our off-line conversation), my OB/GYN. I didn't realize how important it was to have a caring doctor that you could easily confide in and who wouldn't judge your decisions. She was a good match. With my second pregnancy, we had switched plans and doctors. The experience was more impersonal. But the fact that I had a normal pregnancy previously and encountered no issues during the second, it didn't seem to matter as much. Whether you're new mama-to-be or new to town, it's good to get recommendations from other moms since real experiences matter!
Here's a question. A reader is at the early stages of pregnancy and is looking for a good OB/GYN who is able to perform or advise on VBACs and is easy to talk to. Gender does not matter. Preference for location is in the NE. Would you recommend your OB/GYN, or do you have any recommendations?