What is really scary about my journey, is how my then OB refused to consider a VBAC based on a relatively small increase in the chance of uterine rupture, but offered no comparative stats on the dangers of a repeat c-section. When I asked if my OB knew of any practice in town that would considered a VBAC after 2 c-sections, I was given a very small, hypothetical list. Unfortunately, since they wouldn't do a VBAC after 2 c-sections, they didn't educate themselves on who would.
To put it mildly, I was very disappointed.
After doing more research, I found the midwives at VCU, and I was so grateful that I did. While they could not guarantee a VBAC (no provider could), they were willing to give it a go, which is all I was asking for.