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White Chocolate Milk 1 child; Chelsea, Alabama 12303 posts
8th May '13
Quoting Baby Kalani ❤:" And I knew that sounded stranqe to me. I was qoinq to ask my dr about it bc I have an appointment tmrw. ... [snip!] ... class instructor was sayinq. I had never heard that before. I always thouqht it was up to your dr to induce you, not you."


It has to be a mutual decision between you and your doctor. Technically you can request to be induced, but your doctor has to approve it. As well, if your doctor wants to induce you, you still have to agree to it.

snglemama 4 kids; Georgia 11958 posts
8th May '13
Quoting Baby Kalani ❤:" I had my childbirth class today. We watched a video on the three staqes of labor, went to the nursery ... [snip!] ... at 38 weeks. Is tht safe? Unless the baby comes on its own at 38 weeks, should you qet induced bc you and your body are tired?"



likely an old outdated video. They don't induce until 39 weeks now unless medically indicated.



snglemama 4 kids; Georgia 11958 posts
8th May '13
Quoting mαkαnαni:" You're not supposed to edit other people's comments."



how did she edit someone elses post?

White Chocolate Milk 1 child; Chelsea, Alabama 12303 posts
8th May '13
Quoting snglemama:" how did she edit someone elses post?"


By quoting and removing a part of the quote.

Mom[Oh] Due January 7; 1 child; Indiana 580 posts
8th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Baby Kalani ❤:</b>" I had my childbirth class today. We watched a video on the three staqes of labor, went to the nursery ... [snip!] ... at 38 weeks. Is tht safe? Unless the baby comes on its own at 38 weeks, should you qet induced bc you and your body are tired?"</blockquote>




Yeah I'm not sure why but I've noticed that they don't what you to go passed 39 weeks without induction. Idk why. I don't agree with it. You and the baby know when baby is ready.

snglemama 4 kids; Georgia 11958 posts
8th May '13
Quoting Mama♡MoriYah :]:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Baby Kalani ❤:</b>" I had my childbirth class today. ... [snip!] ... what you to go passed 39 weeks without induction. Idk why. I don't agree with it. You and the baby know when baby is ready."


no... they don't want to induce anymore BEFORE 39 weeks. If a healthy pregnancy, and no medical reason to induce, you can (and should) refuse an induction.

LeiLana80 2 kids; Ohio 243 posts
8th May '13

**poof**

Piecey. 3 kids; K-Town, KL, Germany 61850 posts
8th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting mαkαnαni:</b>" You're not supposed to edit other people's comments."</blockquote>




There's nothing wrong with her removing that part. It's changing the quotes...like if she had changed it to "you dumb slut learn to spell." Then its an issue.

snglemama 4 kids; Georgia 11958 posts
8th May '13
Quoting LeiLana80:" Any doc who wants to induce early for no medical reason is not a good doc to be going to! It's good for ... [snip!] ... sure. Anyway, wait until baby is ready! Just because you are tired of being pregnant is NOT a reason to get him/her out early."


pitocin doesn't make you throw up, labor does

Mommy and Kalani +1 Due December 16; 1 child; 1 angel baby; Florence, South Carolina 251 posts
status 8th May '13
Quoting White Chocolate Milk:" It has to be a mutual decision between you and your doctor. Technically you can request to be induced, ... [snip!] ... to be induced, but your doctor has to approve it. As well, if your doctor wants to induce you, you still have to agree to it."


So you both have to aqree to it. Oka.

Mommy and Kalani +1 Due December 16; 1 child; 1 angel baby; Florence, South Carolina 251 posts
status 8th May '13
Quoting Mama♡MoriYah :]:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Baby Kalani ❤:</b>" I had my childbirth class today. ... [snip!] ... what you to go passed 39 weeks without induction. Idk why. I don't agree with it. You and the baby know when baby is ready."


Absolutely. Bc if baby's not ready, baby's just not ready.

Mommy and Kalani +1 Due December 16; 1 child; 1 angel baby; Florence, South Carolina 251 posts
status 8th May '13
Quoting LeiLana80:" Any doc who wants to induce early for no medical reason is not a good doc to be going to! It's good for ... [snip!] ... sure. Anyway, wait until baby is ready! Just because you are tired of being pregnant is NOT a reason to get him/her out early."


Youre riqht. And so far, Ive had a pretty smooth preqnancy except for in the beqinninq bc of the severity of my morninq sickness I had to be put on medicine for it and I had the flu riqht after Thanksqivinq. But other than that, my dauqhter's been cookinq healthy. So I dnt think there wld be any reason for me to be induced. Evn tho yea Im EXHAUSTED lol but thts normal for 9 months. So unless my dr says I have to be induced bc of whatevr medical reason tht cld hurt my baby if we don't qet her out, she'll be stayinq in til she's ready for the world.

Mommy and Kalani +1 Due December 16; 1 child; 1 angel baby; Florence, South Carolina 251 posts
status 8th May '13
Quoting Piecey.:" <blockquote><b>Quoting mαkαnαni:</b>" You're not supposed to edit ... [snip!] ... removing that part. It's changing the quotes...like if she had changed it to "you dumb slut learn to spell." Then its an issue."


Thank you! Bc I ddnt edit it to chanqe wha she had said. All I did was edit it to show the part my response was addressinq. I wld never edit anyone's quote to say somethinq rude to them or about them. Im not mean spirited and I dnt tlk shit to ppl over a keyboard. What does that prove? That Im a "cyberbully" or "cyberqanqster." And Im biqqer than that.

Mom[Oh] Due January 7; 1 child; Indiana 580 posts
8th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting snglemama:</b>" no... they don't want to induce anymore BEFORE 39 weeks. If a healthy pregnancy, and no medical reason to induce, you can (and should) refuse an induction."</blockquote>




MY DOCTOR told me that they normally like to induce at 39 because of risks. (I I don't believe anyone should induce unless absolutly needed.) But there's a lot I don't agree with Medically.



I myself had gone into preterm labor 2 times then DD was measuring at a good size so they induced in fear something was wrong. I also had Strep-b.

Mom[Oh] Due January 7; 1 child; Indiana 580 posts
8th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting snglemama:</b>" no... they don't want to induce anymore BEFORE 39 weeks. If a healthy pregnancy, and no medical reason to induce, you can (and should) refuse an induction."</blockquote>




MY DOCTOR told me that they normally like to induce at 39 because of risks. (I I don't believe anyone should induce unless absolutly needed.) But there's a lot I don't agree with Medically.



I myself had gone into preterm labor 2 times then DD was measuring at a good size so they induced in fear something was wrong. I also had Strep-b.