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    Thought-Provoking Article for Those Considering Induction
    faeln posted:
    No offense meant to anyone. Just thought this was interesting.
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    earleyml1012 responded:
    I have a friend in the L&D medical field and she has told me all of these things as well. Unless there is a medical reason for either mom or baby, she does not recommend induction at all b/c of the risks associated with it (c-section, body hemmoraging due to longer labor, etc).
    Katya1985 responded:
    My due date is 09/02/2011. I would like her ,to be born early, at least before Sep, 1, so she will not miss a school cut off.Where I live the dead line for school is August 31. I asked my doctor of techniques ( i did not mean induction) but she told me if there aren't any risks with me or baby during pregnancy then they will not induce me until 42 weeks.
    Me(26),husby(30) Our first son-Stanislav will be 3 and now expecting a girl Galina. EDD 09/02/2011

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