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You can go into labor at any stage of pregnancy and 34 weeks is quite a common time to do it. Babies born at 34 weeks, although not fully mature, usually do very …well.
Yes, in most cases.
omg. what r u thinking. forget yourself and think about the child. now and always
You will not go in labor normally at 32 weeks of pregnancy, when you take Castor oil. But then this is not universally true. So you do not give such a brisk purgative to the p…regnant woman, at this stage of pregnancy.
A baby can survive outside the womb at 24 weeks (hospital staff consider it viable then, if it is before 24 weeks they will do nothing for your baby). The longer the bab…y stays in the womb the better it is for the baby, and the healthier the baby will be when it is born, generally any time after 36 weeks is considered full term & it is more than safe to deliver the baby. I am a Doula and have provided induction services, tips & techniques to many women to help them go into labor.....please contact me directly if you would like a list of things you can do to hopefully send yourself into labor, naturally (I would avoid drugs like Pitocin at all costs): www.myspace.com/APeaInThePodDoulaServices
That is too early--your baby will be sick or not survive. Be patient for another couple of months; the time will come.
Yes, a woman can go into labour at any time during her pregnancy. When it occurs determines what medical definition it gets. If you go into labour before 37 weeks it is …called preterm labour. The infant born will then be called "prem" If labour occurs before 22 - 23 weeks it is called spontaneous abortion.
I dont know the percentage but at least the baby is already term.
Talk to your doctor about the options. Maybe have it induced, but first talk to your doctor.
Yes. It is possible to go into labor at any point. It might not be healthy for the baby to be in labor at 30 weeks, so it's best to get to a hospital and be examined by a …medical professional.
Although all the baby's organs are formed it is not yet fully developed or mature enough for an independent existence. If it survives it will need specialist care in a neo-nat…al unit for many weeks and may have developmental problems. Only a small percentage of babies born at 24 weeks survive.
A full pregnancy normally last 40 weeks so 24 weeks is not a time to be in labor. If you are having any abdominal pain/cramping this could be very serious and you need t…o go to the doctor right away. A 24 week old baby would have very serious medical problems.
I've tried it all... my #1 recommendation is walking. Lots of walking! Castor oil only messes you up, sex can soften the cervix, but walking helps everything right along :)
It is very hard to predict exactly when you will go into labor, but a few signs that labor is coming soon are: * Loss of your mucous plug * The baby drops * Braxton hicks con…tractions become stronger and more frequent