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A client is consulting a certified nurse-midwife because she is hoping for a vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) with this pregnancy. Which statement indicates that the client requires more information about VBAC?
 
  1. I can try a vaginal birth because my uterine incision is a low segment transverse incision.
  2. The vertical scar on my skin doesn't mean that the scar on my uterus goes in the same direction.
  3. There is about a 90 chance of giving birth vaginally after a cesarean.
  4. Because my hospital has a surgery staff on call 24 hours a day, I can try a VBAC there.
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Explanation: 3. Women whose previous cesarean was performed because of nonrecurring indications have been reported to have approximately a 60 to 80 chance of success with VBAC.
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