I am not a midwife or doctor, so I cannot give you an opinion. I can, however, tell you what the research says and apply logic. If your doctor said she couldn't even see a scar from your myomectomy, then you are essentially a woman with a history of a single cesarean and two prior vaginal births, which makes you an excellent candidate for VBAC. I have 10 studies of women planning VBAC with a history of vaginal birth, and the VBAC rate was 90%, give or take a few percent in all 10. I have five studies reporting percentages of the scar giving way. In all cases, it was substantially lower (2 to 6 per 1000 VBAC labors) than in women in the same population without prior vaginal birth. And it must be remembered that in all but a few, rare cases, scar rupture means no more than having an unplanned cesarean. Mother and baby are fine. On the other hand, each cesarean surgery increases the likelihood of having life-threatening placental attachment complications in the next pregnancy, and you say you want a large family. I suggest you get in touch with the International Cesarean Awareness Network people closest to your new home. They'll know who is doing VBACs.