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Old Sep 7th, 2013, 16:05 PM   1
lunarsea
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Does being induced make you more likely to need to be induced the second time around?


I'm wondering this as I was induced at 40+2 (40+5 according to the doctor's dates) with my son, and really would like to go naturally this time as my last labor was filled with so much medical intervention.

So, ladies who have 2 or more and were induced the first time around, when you had your second baby, did you need to be induced again or did you go naturally?



 
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Old Sep 7th, 2013, 19:09 PM   2
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bump for input.



 
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Old Sep 7th, 2013, 19:11 PM   3
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Id also like to know as i was induced with my first and would like to go more naturally this time, too.



 
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Old Sep 7th, 2013, 19:28 PM   4
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About to be induced with my 4th on tuesday. My body has never gone into labor on its own I've always been induced. May just be me tho I don't know if the induction with my first played any role in the rest or not. Also all my labors thus far have been wonderful... after the epidural anyway lol pitocin does make contractions crazy strong.



 
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Old Sep 7th, 2013, 19:38 PM   5
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Hi all,, I was induced with my first due too Low fluid, this time around fluid is fine so the m/w is letting me go naturally, hope everything goes smoothly I had a perfect labour with my first & it only last from first contraction too actually having her 3hrs 52mins



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Old Sep 7th, 2013, 19:41 PM   6
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My doctor made me sign a paper and on it it says women that are induced are more likely to be induced or give birth via cesarean in the future.cant speak by first hand experience though



 
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Old Sep 7th, 2013, 19:41 PM   7
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Hope my body figures out how to go into labor on its own (although, they claim I was already in early labor, which as we know, can last for a super long time, and having regular contractions before they began induction), I was induced at 40+2 due to calcification of the placenta.
ETA: I'm not sure if the reason was a legitimate medical reason as I never really looked into it, but if it isn't a huge deal and happens again this time around, I'm not sure I'll be choosing having an induction so easily, but who knows?



 
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Old Sep 7th, 2013, 19:45 PM   8
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My doctor made me sign a paper and on it it says women that are induced are more likely to be induced or give birth via cesarean in the future.cant speak by first hand experience though
Yeah, I read something similar to that when I signed the waiver for being induced the first time around and it's exactly why I'm posting this as I'd rather hear from women who've been through it than let a waiver scare the shit out of me



 
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