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Second birth differences?
With your second child did any of you deliver early or late and what were the differences in the early labor stages???
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With my 1st a boy,born @38wk 4days on Jan 26th 2015.7pounds 12ounces.i had the bloody show,contractions was horrible.had him when I was fully dailated.natural birth with no complications. My 2nd a girl born @39weeks 4days last month @7pounds 6ounces.No contraƧtions!I went for my 39weeks appointment,Dr checked me &I was 5centimeter dailated!No signs of labor...I was walking about doing last minute shopping.dr delayed me since I had early labor with my 1st..She broke my water !Then contractions came in...I labored for 1hr 55mins..Easy than the 1st.natural too..No complications either.
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With my first it sounds about the same experience and right now walking and keeping busy and not many signs at 38 weeks praying I have similar experience for sec as you did
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My first followed that common pattern of being late, 10 full days late.  ugh.  My second was induced at 39 weeks.
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My second came three days earlier than due date.  Only labored for 4 hrs.
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My first one was 40.4 days in labor for 32 hrs end up in a emergency csection..sec one was 37.6 weeks started labor at 230p and had him 8:53p with a vbac
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