No i don't think they tend to unless you had probs delivering a big baby previous.
There are lots of women that get big babies out no probs so dont think they are concerned unless you had a prob before as i say.
My 2nd was 9lbs 4oz and this little man weighed 3lbs 4oz at 28weeks so im not worried if hes big which ive been told he will be as long as he gets out ok lol x
I don't think they would unless there were other problems but you should ask about it if you're concerned. They might be willing to induce when you hit 40 weeks but probably not before without other medical reasons. Do they know why baby is measuring so much bigger? They do induce early for gestational diabetes as it can produce bigger babies and other complications.
Well i went for a growth scan at 36 weeks, baby was measuring above 98th centile on everything, and estimated weight was 7lbs 13oz ...no mention of induction, in fact the professionals hardly seemed concerned at all! Told me to expect a 9/10lber and sent me on my way! This is my first too! I hope the scan was inaccurate!
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