40 weeks 2 days from low fluid, not feeling baby move and pre eclampsia symptoms.
My water broke at 34 weeks on it's own and because of my son being six weeks early they induced to speed things along. I also had pre-e my b/p was 164/108 when I delivered, I am a type one diabetic more at risk for infection...... blah to many to list
I was induced at 36+3.
I was already 5 cm, I was contracting every two minutes but not able to feel contractions (although they were pretty strong on the nobitors. All the nurses were shocked I wasnt in pain), I needed gbs antibiotics (didnt get the with my first and he tested positive but thankfully did not have any health issues), and had a fast labor with my first (1 hr 46 minutes total, only about 45 minutes at the hospital, I walked in at 8 cm!)
It was a hard decision to make to induce so early bit definayrly the right one. They broke my water at 2:10 pm and started a tiny bit of pitocin (I had low platelets and they wanted to keep me contracting after delivery to avoid excessive bleeding). Bo was born after 3 pishes at 2:46 pm!
pre e at 34 weeks
With #1 pre e
#2 because I wanted to
#3 concerns over size and keeping all my lady parts where they should be
<blockquote><b>Quoting Cordelia's Mom:</b>" If you were... Just seeing the medical reasons for being induced in case any problems come up for me."</blockquote>
Baby #1: Pre-eclampsia; baby was delivered at 36 weeks
Baby #2: Severe pre-eclampsia; delivered at 32 weeks.
I wasn't induced because my water broke a couple days before I was scheduled to go in. I was going to be induced because of IUGR and low fluid.
I was induced for a couple of reasons.. I had low fluid since 25 weeks, I had ultrasounds every 2-3 weeks to check the fluid levels. At my 38 week ultrasound I was told that my daughter had IGUR, all the estimates were off though, my daughter was born at 6lbs 10oz 19.5 in.
my water broke and my DR was an impatient induction happy ass hole