They are inducing me at 38 weeks due to my BBP being up, last week it was 150/90 and they sent me for the 24 hr urine test. Results were good, no pre eclampsia like they suspected, but the BP was still a bit high today and they are bringing me in at 5 am on Wednesday. She is measuring a bit over 7 1/2 lbs, but I am nervous because I am only 50% effaced, -2 station and only about 1 cm dialated.
Any news about Stephd yet? I scrolled down, but did not see a post?
Thanks all, for all your advise and helping me get this far! This group has been great.
Induction is ok. I've beeen induced 2 times, both times i was never efaced, babys head down, but never engaged and never even started to dilate untill the start of the induction. Induction is the only thing that brings my labour on.
I was induced twice too. With the 1st I was gelled twice before they would start the pitocin but with the 2nd I was about 1cm dilated so they just broke my water and began the pit right away. Good luck and a fast and easy delivery to you!
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