chances of being induced after prior pregnancies were induced?
Hey ladies. Does anyone know if the chances of being induced are greater with prior pregnancies also being induced? I want so bad to go into labor on my own this time but dr said that since my last 2 pregnancies were induced this one will more than likey be induced too. Are there any safe ways to help myself go into labor on my own?
I'm not sure tbh. I have been induced with all 3 and I will be induced with this one early because I get gestational diabetes. I tried all the safe methods at home with the others but only the prostin gel worked. You never know though
This is a good question. I was induced with my son due to High BP. I really would LOVE to go into labor on my own. It makes me sad thinking i may never know what it feels like to go into labor on my own. =(
I was also induced for high bp with my son at 39+1...I really want to go into labor on my own as well. I googled this a couple weeks back and found a few pointers that are supposed to jump start labor...drink red raspberry leaf tea, and take or insert 1000 mg of evening primrose oil daily. Everyone seemed to think these were safe so I thought maybe I could start trying them around 37 weeks or something...just an idea....
Raspberry leaf tea doesn't help labour come any quicker but it makes the uterus contract quicker when you are in labour if you get me? I drank 3 cups a day from 35 weeks and my labour was just over a hour! I would most def recommend it and it tastes nice too
I was induced with my first 2 pregnancies and went into labor at home with my 3rd. It happened the morning after I got a sweep at my dr appt. In my opinion, the contractions were a lot less intense. I had epidurals with my first 2 and had natural labor with my 3rd. I'm hoping for the same with this pregnancy as well.
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