I have read through several of your forums and noticed you do rec. waiting 15 months to conceive after a csection to allow for a better chance of vbac success... my question is I conceived 13 months post section but miscarried 1 month later on... I conceived again 15 and a half months post csection. My question is did the miscarriage (natural) put extra stress on my uterine scar? And also since I did end up pregnant again after the 15th month mark, but only by a few weeks, am I in the low risk .5 percent chance of rupture or do I fall into the 1-3 percent... I am thinking of a homebirth and would rather be in the .5 percent category. I am also wondering if the miscarriage could up that risk with added stress of contractions during the miscarriage. I feel like homebirth is my only choice besides induction because with my first baby I did not go into labor until 42 weeks and 4 days (refused induction) and I know I would be under too much pressure to be induced this time. Do you feel it is reasonable to attempt a homebirth with this history or do you think the risk or meconium and rupture might be too high? There was meconium with my first birth... I hope this isn't asking too many questions.. Thankyou so much for your time.