OK! I am trying a VBAC this time, my specialist told me at yesterdays appointment that my baby is getting larger (which is the reason I needed a c-section my last pregnancy...would not fit through my hips.) So he wants to induce me very soon, (BABY IS READY AND I AM FULL TERM BTW) However, he told me to try to naturally induce labor myself first since it is always better than being induced with pitocin and easier on my body ESPECIALLY after a c-section. He had mentioned jumping jacks, sex, walking, things like that....has ANYONE tried jumping jacks before and find it successful? I just did 50 of them in a row (harder than you think with a basketball for a tummy) and I do have a sore pelvis now lol...and of course increased BH. but anyone try this or know anyone? THANKS IN ADVANCE...getting excited
Haven't heard of jumping jacks yet but I'm gonna try it haha
With my DD I tried everything, the only thing I THINK did it was Castor oil but I'm not doing that again, more so just because I can't sit in the bathroom for 2 hrs and then have intense contractions with my 1 yr old to take care of lol.
I can't imagine doing jumping jacks right now lol, and I'm only 34 weeks. By the time I'm full term i'm pretty sure baby will be sitting so low on my pelvic bone that jumping jacks will be out of the question.
Think I'll stick with sex to induce..sounds more fun
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