When did you go into labor (ex: 38 weeks) with each baby? I'd heard that for a lot of women it happens around the same time. My best friend is getting married on the same day as my due date and I'm supposed to be in the wedding as her maid of honor. She was really bummed when I told her but this baby wasn't exactly planned. However, I'm really hoping my above question turns out to be true for me because I gave birth to my daughter at 37 weeks. I'm also just curious to hear what you guys have to say.
My first was 5 days overdue when she was born, induced due to high bp. My 2nd was also 5 days overdue when born, induced again due to placenta calcifying, my 3rd was 7 days overdue when born, again induced, because I begged them to! I'm guessing this baby will be overdue and induced again too, hey ho!
my daughter came on her own on her due date at 40wks...and my first son I was induced at 39w4d for some serious neurological complications, but I was already 5CM dilated and my bag of waters was sagging out of my cervix so I really think I was going to go on my own any day, lol.
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