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I am 37 weeks and was wondering when I go to my doctor Monday if I could ask them if they can induce me I'm starting to feel very uncomfortable I can't eat anything when I do I feel like I'm going to throw it up and I can't sleep at night anymore...was just wondering if I could tell my doctor I want to be induced right then and there
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You would have to talk to your doctor to see.
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Ok thank you
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They likely won't.
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Those are signs of labor you should be going soon. Typically your body will get prepared for labor by emptying if you look up prelabor signs you'll find vomiting diarrhea cramping.  It's miserable but worth it your baby will come when ready. Trust me I'm ready lol trying to be patient I am hurting a lot with this one.
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Yea I am deffinently ready I am so uncomfortable
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Just to let u know being induced hurts way more. N some Dr won't give u meds cuz they might stop the contractions
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Thank you
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Thank you
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Most Drs won't induce untill at a bare minimum of 38 weeks and some not untill your 2 weeks overdue. It depends your Dr, but 37 weeks is still a little early for induction I don't think most Drs would do that.
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Thank you
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The last few weeks are so uncomfortable and you want baby out so badly but let baby decide when they want to come out. They may need a little more time. Just try to relax, it's hard, but you can do it. Induction has more cons than pros in my opinion, especially before 40 weeks. I wanted to get my membranes swept at my 40 weeks app but I went into labor 4 days before the due date and she came our on her due date. Just let the baby decide.
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Thank you
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