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☆Research Description : This original article outlines the results of a qualitative pilot study using focus groups to describe women’s experiences of prior caesarean birth in a large, inner-city public hospital and academic medical centre. Nested within a larger study, this work focuses on their stories of unplanned caesarean in order to highlight strategies needed to better support women who have experienced previous caesarean as they make decisions about future childbirth. Respectful maternity care was used as the framework underpinning the analysis.