I went to my doctor today we set my csection date up for my due date because I am going to try to go vbac. I was wondering if it is a good idea to maybe use primrose tablets along with sex and nipple stimulation to raise my chances of going into natural labor. Any comments will be helpful. Even if u don't agree with trying to make the baby come please comment anyways I don't get upset about things like that or I wouldn't post. I just really have my heart set on not having a repeat csection. Just to let u know I am not even going to consider this until 38-39 weeks. 40 weeks is my cut off because considering that I have ha a csection she does NOT want me to go past due.
There is one more thing I failed to note. Find yourself a GOOD massage therapist who if familiar with pregnancy massage. There are trigger or pressure point they can work to speed induction of labor. That and it feels really really good.
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