So, I have been informed by my doctor that I am being induce at 37 weeks on January 25th. This will be my first child. Anyone go into induction scared out of their minds? I just hate hospitals. I know every experience is different. I guess it's just going into the unknown. I understand how it will be done, and what to expect, but man, I am just panicky in general as far as drugs and stuff go. Anyone els have a high pain tolerance like me, but still a big wuss when they're in the hospital?
I was induced with my second pregnancy because I was a week over due. I have pain tolerance it's pretty good. I he was a 8 13ozs so he was big compared to my first. N the labor dragged I tried to get an epidural but it didn't work. I'm over due again n trying to avoid being induce I wouldn't want to go through it again.
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