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Natural Labor Induction
Is red raspberry leaves tea and raspberry leaves tea the same? Or red one is different?i need it for labor induction
Instructions, precautions to consider a night before labor induction and c section if needed which doc says will be. Cervix not open due already?
May take a while: If your cervix is not dilated, be prepared for a long induction. Sometimes it happens quickly, but usually not, especially if this is your first child. Bring books, magazines, DVDs, and be patient. The nurses should call you to give instructions, but there is not much to do differently except maybe eat a light meal. DON'T do any home remedies, ie castor oil. ...Read more
39 weeks pregnant. Delivery scheduled 2nd July. Labor induction 6am c section if need same day eve. Need to know instructions precautions before induc?
Induction: avoid eating after midnight the evening before, be on time, and get some sleep. One of the big reasons labors fail is that the patient is too tired from being up all day and night to push effectively. Bring something comfortable to wear after the baby. If you get an epidural, kick everyone out of the room for a couple hours and sleep. ...Read more
Without anesthesia: The natural process of the normal labor can start without the use of any medications or induction agents and can be a wonderful experience. Labor can progress without medications and this would be the usual characteriztion of a natural labor. ...Read more
By the situation...: The pain feels more or less the same. The only way to be sure is to know what medication you are being given. For example, iof you have been given pitocin (oxytocin) to induce labor, your pain is induced. If your water bag breaks in WallMart and you start having labor pain, it is natural labor pain. There is no other way to know. Best wishes! ...Read more
It is possible for someone who goes into natural labor with GAD go completely mad or lose their mind after the experience due to the pain?
Very unlikely: That is very unlikely, but since you are afraid of it - it's important. I don't know how soon this may be - but I encourage you to work through it as well as possible w/ your OBGYN or midwife. They can refer you for support therapy and be prepared for offering you help in labor. Know as much as possible and you'll feel more confident. It really can be well-handled if you can trust your folk. Best! ...Read more
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