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 I am 38 weeks and have not dilated will the doctor still induce?

Answer Answer Yes. Natural childbirth hurts more though.
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Your 36 weeks pregnant and 1 cm dilated and your doctor said she thinks you will have your baby within the next two weeks but your on brethine will that make things go slower?

Answer Brethine is designed to stop uterine contractions. It can usually delay labor for about a week to give your baby a slightly better chance.At 36 weeks your baby should have no problems surviv... Read More »
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Can you ask your doctor to induce labor at 39 weeks?

The doctor wont do that unless the cervix and body is ready. I know it's uncomfortable but if they do it when the body is not ready, the labor can be harder and longer and that is not something you... Read More »
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Is it possible to have your doctor induce your labor 2 weeks before your due date?

You are only 29 weeks your doctor just told you i am half a centimeter dilated and 75 percent effaced what does this mean?

Your cervix must dilate (open up) to 10 centimeters before you can essentially, 'push' the baby out. So half a cm is good progress, though it seems a bit early at 29 weeks? 75% effaced: you have to... Read More »
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