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10513010 tn?1414641943

So worried.

My due date was yesterday but up to now no any sign of labour why? I'm scared its my first preg your advice please.
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10043212 tn?1410903340
I was a week past due. They were going to induce me but he ended up coming on his own exactly a week after.just let it come it'll happen. It sux waiting if your impatient lol Goodluck
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Mine is already 3 days over and no signs. As long as they are still moving around, we just have to be patient. They will come when ready :) x
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I was 10 days over lol I stayed dilated at 2 for 3 weeks no progress u was induced due to contractions but baby didn't want out they broke my water and all a rough delivery as he was head down but face up lol but we'll worth the 3 1/2 hr push! And 15 hr delivery time!! Good luck be patient!
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Mine was 4 days late with out any signs of her being ready to come out, even though I was having contractions. Add long as fetal stress test is fine, you will be okay.
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I was a week overdue with my first child before I had any signs of labour. As long as you're feeling movement there is nothing to worry about. Good luck hun x
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That's normal. Most women, especially first time moms, don't deliver until 41-42 weeks. A due date is a guess and 40 weeks is only an average.
5875748 tn?1431563003
Yeah most first pregnancies are usually 7-10 days overdue. I was 6 days overdue and Didn't start having contractions until 4 days overdue.
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ur baby will come on his/her own if not doc will schedule a c-section gd luck and congratz
10513010 tn?1414641943
Tanx all be blessed for your good advice much love....
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with my oldest she was the only one who was a week late my dr told me to go to the hospital and she broke my water and 9 hrs later of a natural birthi had my baby.

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