Hopefully you go in soon! :) I was induced. I went in but I was already getting contractions but they put me on pitocin anyways. I only got to a 4 and stopped progressing. They scheduled me for a c section and took me off the pitocin. An hour later I was at a 7. They broke my water and put me on pitocin again. And thets when I got the stadol. Best stuff ever. Lolbut I was in labor for a total of 30 hrs.. Let me know when ur baby is here and how it went for you :)
Hey, so they gave me Stadol. It makes you kind of loopy bt you still feel the contractions. it makes theccontractions feel like thwy are 10 min. apart. They give u a dose each hour as needed but the more doses u get, the less effective it is. So I would ask for it when you really need it. They won't give it to you if you are really close to giving birth tho. They want you wide awake for that part. Lol
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