Pregnancy Is Past Expected Delivery Date, Can I Escape Being Induced? I Need Help Please Mothers

Good evening everyone,  Pls this is a personal question which I need advice to urgently. Pls help post on the blog, I also  need your very own advice ma. It's 6days past 39weeks in my pregnancy and labour is not forth coming ,this is my first pregnancy. 

The doctor told me they will have to induce me in the hospital if after 40 weeks and labour do not happens( heard it is very very painful). My questions are: 
during my 37th week I crossed a busy road  with running a little, I then felt a gush of water from my vagina soaking my pant and a bit of discomfort in my  lower abdomen.

 I remember getting
very worried thinking I have broken my water. Now if I would like to induce myself naturally does that mean running will be ideal for me?(I heard some women induce themselves that way).

 I tried the nipple stimulation and consuming lots of pineapple( which I read on wives connection) but it did not bring forth labour .  I seriously need advice as I don't want hospital induction. 

Are there any certain foods I should be consuming to help labour begin? I am thinking of going for castor oil consumption how safe it is pls? Any exercises? Thank you mothers as I await responses. 
Regards.
Tired Preggers

Comments

  1. Anonymous7/20/2014

    Did you go to the hospital to ensure you really did not expel some amniotic fluid when you felt that gush of fluid? Jogging mldly may induce it sha. LADY EVA

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  2. Anonymous7/20/2014

    Did you go to the hospital to ensure you really did not expel some amniotic fluid when you felt that gush of fluid? Jogging mldly may induce it sha. LADY EVA

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  3. Anonymous7/20/2014

    Yes i took castor oil fφя̩̥̊ ...M̶̲̥̅γ̲̣̣̥ second baby Ąπϑ within 5min ¶ started stooling Ąπϑ labour followed Ąπϑ ...M̶̲̥̅γ̲̣̣̥ baby lol . God W̶̲̥̅̊ȋ̊ƪƪ surely Ơ̴̴̴̴͡.̮Ơ̴̴̴͡ U̶̲̥̅̊ thru IJN.amen.IPHY

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  4. Anonymous7/20/2014

    I was 40 wks and 5 days and the baby wasn't forth coming. Doctors in the UK don't induce until you are two wks past 40 wks unless there is reduced movement or some form of complications.
    I was also tired of bn preggers. I danced, went for a walk and even had a cervical sweep by my midwife but nothing happened. So, I braced myself up for a very hot sex. Infact, we did the doggy style and it was intense. After abt an hour, i felt like i wanted to pass urine but by the time i got to the toilet, my water had broken. I call it sexy induction...lol.
    Please watch out for baby's movement while you are waiting to be induced. Contact your doctor in case of reduced movement. Safe delivery in Jesus name (amen).

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    1. Anonymous7/20/2014

      (:-s Chop knuckle

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    2. Anonymous7/20/2014

      I chop am jare...lol

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  5. Evening primrose oil

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  6. Pls what is de cause of jandice

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    1. The liver's inability to break down baby's red blood cells after birth.
      It can be caused by other factors too like, blood incompatibility premature birth etc. Try Google for more...

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  7. Anonymous7/20/2014

    Do breast stimulation na or follow anon 7:27 doggy

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  8. Anonymous7/21/2014

    thank u all. @ anon 7:01 pm no I did not go to the hospital cos the discomfort stopped and t e water as well, moreover I was just 37 weeks then.
    @anon 7:13pm pls in what quantity did u take the castor oil? and which company brand of castor oil did u go for?do I mix with water before I take it?

    @anon 7:27pm I tried having numerous sex routine but the doggy keeps paining me like hell I always make him stop.
    @ Agnes uche pls how do I use evening primrose oil?

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    1. Anonymous7/24/2014

      Drink lyk 4 spoon of castor oil.it works. Hav dey performed sweep on u b4? Dat too works

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  9. Anonymous7/21/2014

    I think if you actually lost amniotic fluid you should have told your doctor.

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  10. Anonymous7/21/2014

    I think if u actually lost amniotic fluid you should see your doctor.

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  11. Anonymous7/21/2014

    In the uk if you lose amniotic fluid and do not go into labour after 24hrs you will be induced or a csection depending on the circumstances. DO NOT TAKE CASTOR OIL it is dangerous I repeat DO NOT TAKE IT, I will not tell you what has happened to other women so not to scare you. Your baby will come when he or she is ready. I know how you feel because I'm 37wks pregnant and I'm tired of being pregnant too. I have been getting period pains for the past 3 days and losts of pressure down there, through tout the pregnancy I have see no blood or nothing. This baby is just too comfortable o *sigh* his kicks are so painful these days.

    Please be patient I know how you feel, let your baby come at the appointed time.

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  12. Anonymous7/21/2014

    If you lost some amniotic fluid, you should have told your doctor or gone to the hospital, because that can introduce infection into your uterus and that's not good for the baby.
    However, at 39 weeks 6 days, your labour can still start on it's own naturally without any intervention. Ideally your doctor should give you until 41 weeks before talking about induction, that is, if there are no other pregnancy complications.
    I was induced with my first child at 38 weeks because her heart rate was decelarating sometimes and the doc wasn't comfortable. I haven't had any other experience to compare it with, as I'm currently 36 weeks pregnant with the second. It was painful, but I dont believe it would have been less painful if i wasn't induced. Labour is painful. Period. So get with the program and just pray for a safe delivery for you and baby.

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  13. I personally opted for the induction because if well monitored it saves you the stress of waiting for the long hours of dilation and all those medical terms. induction brings your baby sharp sharp and its not as if its that painful, so brace up girl and overcome your fears. You can if you believe you can. Best of Lucks in your safe delivery

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  14. Anonymous7/21/2014

    thank u my sisters. I will now wait till 41weeks I just hope it arrives before then. do put me in your prayers.

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    1. Anonymous7/21/2014

      Ok, we will. God will see you through.

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  15. Anonymous7/21/2014

    i had normal labour for 2days ,yet my baby refused to come until i was induced and she came within 1hr. Dear,its a little difference between the two o. One important thing though,they're both painful and induction is faster than normal labour.best of luck.

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  16. Induction is really painful but wldnt u rather hav a shorter but more effective labor than a protracted one?I was also induced in my ist pregnancy and mehn i sang several songs,in different languages i dint knw i cld speak but hey,baby was out in no time and i forgot evrything bout d pain immediately i saw my handsome boy.Jst pray for a safe delivery dear,your body is built to handle d rest.Trust me,if i cld handle it,u can too!Best of Luck!

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  17. Induction is really painful but wldnt u rather hav a shorter but more effective labor than a protracted one?I was also induced in my ist pregnancy and mehn i sang several songs,in different languages i dint knw i cld speak but hey,baby was out in no time and i forgot evrything bout d pain immediately i saw my handsome boy.Jst pray for a safe delivery dear,your body is built to handle d rest.Trust me,if i cld handle it,u can too!Best of Luck!

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