I've tried sex. We do it as often as possible. I even stay laying down after to let his boys do their job. I'm still taking primrose oil. I'm drinking lots of water. Today I even resorted to loading wood with my fiance! So the ride was BUMPY. (By wood I mean good size logs) I only got one contraction out of it all! I crave pineapple and eat it all the time. Anyone? Ill try anything!
Ive heard that nipple simulation is a miracle worker to get contractions going...i haven't tried it yet but i plan on it for sure. (im only 37+2) if you have a breast pump they say that's the best way! If not, you can do it by hands. Lol i would try it out
My doc doesn't like to induce and they dont know when my due date is because of his size. (8lbs at least) so unless I go into labor soon hes just gonna keep getting bigger and ill end up having a c sec cuz doc is afraid he wont fit as it is! So I am going to get this kid out! Lol
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