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Old Mar 1st, 2010, 07:49 AM   21
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The is no sure fire way... If there were all babies would be born bang on time and women would hardly ever need to be induced by the hospital. Would be great if there were a definate way... Imagine how organised we would all be x

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Old Mar 1st, 2010, 07:51 AM   22
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everyone has pretty much summed it up, nothing works, your baby will come when it very well wishes. Dont try things at 34 weeks... thats ridiculous.

Old Mar 1st, 2010, 07:56 AM   23
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You dont want the baby to come yet! It is still getting that last bit of development in. As trashshit said dont try anything yet. Wait until You are classed as full term which os 37 weeks

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Old Mar 1st, 2010, 10:03 AM   24
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honestly nothing will work i tried everything but only when i went over due babies come when they want end of lol but its fun trying but certainly not bfore 38 weeks hun ok xxx

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Old Mar 1st, 2010, 10:12 AM   25
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Theres not even a way to make the lazy little things come on time, im not cranky honest

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Old Mar 1st, 2010, 10:35 AM   26
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I have tried (and failed with) the following:

1-EPO (orally and vaginally)
2-RLT (though still take for second stage)
3-Curry (Some BH's but mostly just onion farts)
6-Oral Sex (Did have the positive effect of less whining from Boyfriend)
7-Walking (lots of BH, that went away)
8-Bouncing on birth ball (back pain)
9-Clary Sage (nice smell, had it in bath and it made OH almost too relaxed)
10-Nipple stimulation (takes way to long to get a contraction, plus if OH is in the room tends to lead to demand for points 5 or 6)

Baby will come when ready.

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Old Mar 1st, 2010, 10:55 AM   27
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Yep, bubs will come when he or she is ready.
to all the mammys who have lived through the experience of having a baby born premature. xx

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Old Mar 1st, 2010, 10:56 AM   28
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celesse- point 10 comment made me laugh, lol

your LO will be in your arms v v soon hun, hang in there x

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Old Mar 1st, 2010, 11:38 AM   29
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Originally Posted by tiger View Post
Originally Posted by happyladybugg View Post
My guy came 3 weeks early but I didn't do anything to make him come early, I dont think??...I got a pregnancy massage on a Wednesday which gave me a tiny bit of cramping, on that Friday I got an internal from the dr to check dilation was 3 cm, had bloody show on Saturday (it started very light on Friday tho) and was in full blown labor in the wee hours of the morning that Sunday.
Pregnancy massage or internal check by the dr?? one of those might have sped things up for me, I'm not too sure.
I agree that you have to wait until 37ish weeks before self inducing- but i have to wonder about the above comment, because i know of 2 other women on this forum who got a pregnancy massage and went into labour within 48hrs!!! must be because it is sooo relaxing. im actually going to book myself in for one to see if it works lol
My friends a beautician and does these massages at her work! Says its lovely seeing all these pregnant woman, and when she does them the babies go crazyyyy, wriggling and jumping about and the ladies often say that they get braxton hicks with it and tightenings. I think its because you go very relaxed. She gave me one of these massages when i was around 30 weeks and its true i got a very hard belly and he was bouncing around like mad, i had never felt him move like that, i loved it! There may be some truth in it bringing on labour, i am just glad it didnt when i was 30 weeks!!! I would say go for it book your self in

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Old Mar 1st, 2010, 11:41 AM   30
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No matter how uncomfy you get why try??

My first was 2 weeks late all I thought was lovely extra sleep......and boy was I glad of it as she was a crap sleeper.......2nd one early by 3.5 weeks luckily she slept well lol

This one will come when he comes am in no hurry at all would rather he is all tucked up inside me safe and secure....Sam9kids was exactly the same day as me and luckily Jenson has come out safe and sound but I bet she would have preferred another few weeks (eh Sam?) I think when you see all the hearbreak and worry Prem-mums go through why wish a baby here sooner just becuase out arses feel like they have hit the floor and we cant do anything considered reasonably comfortable.....yes I get fed up right now I could cry with the SPD pain and yes can be induced at 37 weeks but I dont think I will go for it unless my baby is over the 9lbs threshold which in that case large enough.....

Enough of the lecture,keep your sprits up and rest.x

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