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Old Jan 10th, 2011, 19:57 PM   11
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id love to know why too, as iv had to be induced with my two and this time a c-section if all goes to plan.
I am quite sad due to the fact i havent started off myself, and often wonder if my body is lacking the ability.
I would have loved that chance to go into labour naturally or be stood there in tescos and my waters break suddenly, everywhere lol.

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Old Jan 11th, 2011, 01:34 AM   12
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I sure hope my lo sends that hormone trigger right on time! I hate the thought of being induced again. They probably won't let me go past 39 weeks since I have GD.



 
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Old Jan 11th, 2011, 04:52 AM   13
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Thanks ladies... i guess we will never know for sure but if it is baby lets hope there all kind to us and be good and press that magic button on time lol x



 
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Old Jan 11th, 2011, 06:48 AM   14
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Funny, I was googling the exact same thing last night. Apparently, they dont know , but think it can be either, or a combination of, the baby, placenta, and cord that trigger something off.
They think the baby releases a hormone when it s lungs are ready too x



 
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Old Jan 11th, 2011, 06:49 AM   15
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You don't know, because nothing has been scientifically proven as of yet to say what causes labor to begin. There are different scientific theories. when the level of specific mRNA molecules in mother’s blood circulation increases, the labor is about to begin. What is interesting is that these molecules are of fetal origin. Could it be so that the baby sends a signal to the mother’s body that it’s time to deliver? What if the mother’s body doesn’t recognize this message? Could that be one of the reasons why so many pregnancies become overdue and EDD are passed? Studies have shown that when the uterus reaches 40 weeks’ size, it is more likely to trigger labor. This may be one reason twins tend to deliver early. The placenta has also been linked to labor initiation through cases where it lacks a certain chemical secretion. In those cases, the woman doesn’t go into labor and must be induced. And babies suffering from severe neurological problems also need to be induced, suggesting the baby has a say in the beginning of labor.
Ha, those are the exact words I read last night



 
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Old Jan 11th, 2011, 11:20 AM   17
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So how come I wonder why do babies come early then , ahh I wish there was an answer to this I have googled as well and found no answers! If I do come across anything I will be sure to post!! xx



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Old Jan 11th, 2011, 11:27 AM   18
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In dogs it is caused by the pups becoming stressed and releasing steroids into the blood of the mother, this kick starts labour. This is why some bitches carrying single/few pups sometimes do not go into labour called uterine inertia. I presumed it was the same for people.



 
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Old Jan 11th, 2011, 12:45 PM   19
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id love to know why too, as iv had to be induced with my two and this time a c-section if all goes to plan.
I am quite sad due to the fact i havent started off myself, and often wonder if my body is lacking the ability.
I would have loved that chance to go into labour naturally or be stood there in tescos and my waters break suddenly, everywhere lol.

sigh
Not entirely related to the thread but I heard that if you went into labour in Tescos you get like a years free shopping or something (not sure how reliable my source is lol) x x x



 
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