I'm 38 Weeks and Tuesday he will tell me if induce me because he is leaving country on the 10 of Dec and I'm due 14th . He said if I'm dilated more which I was only 1/2 cm he said but almost 100 effaced. I'm nervous and just want her to be healthy.don't know if I should wait longer but it would be nice to have her here by now.
Your baby will be just fine...you're far enough along now. It's better to start labour on your own but if that's not an option then what can you do. Is there a doc replacing him that can deliver on his behalf?
I'll know Tuesday but wish he told me if another doctor I could meet at hospital or something. They have all my records at hospital and as long as I have reliable doctor I don't mind.just hope she won't be late
She is amazing glad she came she was 21 1/2 inch and 8.9 lb healthy girl she now 8.2 but still doing great Whoohoo. I'm in need of sleep though my heart feels exhausted even .been 3 days and and only slept one hour today
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