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ABSOLUTELY NOT. Chances of infection and other severe problems are huge. Babies come when they are ready, and part of being a mother is ensuring that the baby can do so. Also, you should be aware that some people are in labor for quite some time before the water breaks.
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NO, absolutely not. The bag of waters is there to protect the baby from infection and to even out the pressure round the baby when the contractions start. Breaking the w…aters does not always mean you go into labor and if it is done in the maternity ubit you can be given drugs to staret the contractions. If your waters have been broken for too long before the baby is born you are both at risk of infection and may have to be given antibiotics as a prevcautuin.
you really honestly cant, i tried everything!!!! Nothing worked.
don't. ask a doctor
If you have small children, set it at 120 degrees Fahrenheit.
yes, i had my waters break and had a pre term labour...i lost my baby boy, my heart broke...
many women do lots of crazy and stupid things at the end of their pregnancy to induce labor. Did I say crazy and stupid yet? Good. See your ObGyn throughout the pregnanc…y and talk to him/her about your concerns. Labor is often only induced if the baby is later than normal or if there is a problem that needs to be fixed ASAP. But it is the doctors who do it. Doctors. leave it to the professionals.
Well, you never know. Here are a few ways to prevent you getting bad water: 1) When taking a shower, try not to have shower head mist, so if there is parasites in the… water, they wont get in your lungs when you breathe. 2) Try not to use water that is too hot, your body's pores will expand and parasites can get through your skin easier HOPE THIS HELPS, GOOD LUCK, AND STAY SAFE! :D:D:D:D:D:):):):)
yes. they will do a cervical exam.
you must not break your water for it can lead to an infection for you and the baby. let nature take its course plain and simple.
Unless you're a professional piercer, you shouldnt be self-piercing. Septums can be tricky to pierce right and you can't sterilize your tools unless you have an autoclave. Sav…e up and go to a professional.
Stick in your fingers or something else about the same size as a dildo or penis. Most girls don't have one and only 2/10 bleeds so there might be nothing happening. Just make …sure you are lubricated.
As safe as you could ever get, they conform to modern safety standards
i have a solid steel five foot home safe lost key to so how can i break into it