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    mbritt posted:
    I am 39 weeks 1 day pregnant, I am being induced tuesday and kinda nervous.....
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    cshyronia responded:
    I was schedueld to be induced with dd and i went into labor the night before. The last baby they just broke my water and i went into labor naturally. you could always see if they would just break your water and see if it will send you into labor natural. if not. I heard potocin can get painful. but my best friend is the epidural I am a weenie when it comes to pain. good luck
     
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    mbritt replied to cshyronia's response:
    Thank you. When i went for the appointment today I believe the doctor said they would break my water & give me potocin. And yes i'll be wanting the epidural for sure!


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