Due the 30th with my second been pg for nearly two years. Ready to get this baby out.
Anyone know if the second baby tends to come sooner?
At one point she felt low because I had so much pressure pain, now she feels high, sometimes I can barely breathe, my heartburn is INSANE. 39 weeks next week. i'm determined not to be induced I want her to come by herself. What should I do if my dr. pushes me to induce? My last baby was 3 days late an came the day before I was to be induce, but induction scares me, I just feel i'll have less problems if she's ready an comes on her own. Im so exhausted an this baby not wanting to come out has become unbearable.
I had my first at 38+1 my second was 40+1. I ended up getting induced cuz me and baby were measuring at 35 weeks but full term and I wasn't going to get bigger. It wasn't that bad I was scared it did hurt a lot but I went natural. Good luck!
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