So my doctors office just called to let me know I got approved for the inducing...it was supposed to be the 10 th they want me to come in on the 9th at 6 pm to be induced I'm so nervous nd scared nd anxiety is happening can't stop it! :( I should be happy I am but idk how its going to go..
You'll be fine! :-) Just relax and make sure you communicate well with everyone and you should be alright. Something I just remembered from my last induction, if one side of you is numb from an epidural but you feel excruciating cramping on your other side, make sure they check you before you have another dose of epidural. You might be fully dilated thus why the pain and ready for delivery :) Just think, in a few more days you'll have your little one to love and hold :)
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