this is my 5th baby and they are hoping to induce me at 38wks because of my rapid labours and they want to make sure i dont have the baby at the side of the road. What are the chances it will fail? I have never been induced before but my labours do go quite quickly, the last being 45mins. Is it less likely to fail being my fifth delivery or are the odds the same?
If you are going early then your body needs to be ready too and they will check for all these things....if you aren't there yet then they need to discuss with you the chances of it being a bit rough but. I would say that your body will be well and truly used to it and ready mama
I was induced at 36+6 and mine failed at 37+1. Arabella is my first child though so my body wasn't used to it so I'm sure if you've always had quick laboured this shouldn't be any different well I hope not anyway. Everyone else I personally know thats had babies have had successful inductions :-) and only one person wo has being induced at the same time as me in hospital (out of 6) also failed, hope this gives you some perspective.
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