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Is it true that the labor process goes by faster when induced?
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Dr. Elizabeth Chmelik
Family Medicine
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In brief: No
This depends on a lot of factors, including the reason for induction.
If the cervix is not "favorable" or not close to labor, different medications may be used to help soften it & get the contractions started. This can be a long process, depending on issues such as how many babies you have had & how far along in your pregnancy you are. If you are past your due date, it just helps to get started.

In brief: No
This depends on a lot of factors, including the reason for induction.
If the cervix is not "favorable" or not close to labor, different medications may be used to help soften it & get the contractions started. This can be a long process, depending on issues such as how many babies you have had & how far along in your pregnancy you are. If you are past your due date, it just helps to get started.
Dr. Elizabeth Chmelik
Dr. Elizabeth Chmelik
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