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How can I get my doc to let me have my twin girls at 35 weeks I'm considered full term I just can keep up with all the test since I'm considered hi risk they stopped my labor at 33 weeks an I'm 34 weeks 4 days now I keep having pressure from them being low I'm 2 cm dilated 70% effaced I'm just done now I want my girls out any advice
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At 35 weeks they will be tiny and less well developed.  Doctors resist pressure from moms, no matter how uncomfortable, to induce this early, because though the mom might prefer it, it is not good for the babies.
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I wish i could givr u an answer!! But unfortunately i dont know. It seems doctors make all the decisions even when its not in ur best intrest or ur wishes. I feel tge same way about my dr. He is very pushy with certain things.  He is pushin me into c section w no valid reasin other than less risk. I've hd 2 previous natural births no complications so its not that mu body cant !! He won't even leave natural birth as an option. Een if it is possible!!! Also i then told him well this is going to ruin kt for me. Ill never have more kids because i dont want repeat c sections!!! His answer was then get ur tubes tied! Knowing i also did not want that either.also then the nurse says well dr allowed a woman a natural birth after a c section once.. Lol.. Once.. In 35 years. He ALLOWED it.. LOL. im looking for a NEW dr now. At 26 weeks.  *****. I did like him w my other 2 but he doesnt seem educated enough when it cones to twins. Like i said. Wish i could give u an answer. But these drs seem to do whst THEY want. !
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