so simple question how do i get myself to go into labor without drugs? I don't want to hurt myself or the baby ... I'm already dialted to 2 and the baby is very low and I have lost my mucas plug so basiclly it's just getting my body to go into full labor . I appreciate any and all advice : )
My friend was dialated to 3 cm. So i went to her house yesterday and we played music and she danced all around shaking her hips and pausing through contractions... the contractions got up to 3-5 minutes apart she went to the hospital at 5 cm dialated they broke her water and her son was born at 6:26 am this morning :) she says the song "push it" is her new theme song lol! :) maybe you could try dancing it worked fast for her! :)
Hi I read that stimulating the nipples is one way of natural induction during labor. Also sex is one way, ejaculation inside produces prostaglandin that is helpful in the contraction. Also castor oil helps :) I think when you search over the internet there are several natural ways to be induced :)
ok so far I have been walking , having sex with the husband , dancing and bouncing on a ball and from this my baby is for sure lower and my discharge is starting to have a slight *brown* tint to it .. So i'm gonna hit the park and walk in a minute come home and clean clean clean and dance and bounce and so on and so forth and see if I can sweet talk him out . I sure don't want chemicly induced again but so far I think walking and moving alot in general is what really helps . Good Luck my fellow pregnate ladys :)
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