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What is induction of labor?

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Induction of labor involves using artificial means to assist the mother in delivering her baby.
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Is it possible to go into natural labor after having had two past inductions for post date pregnancies?

  Answer     Yes it is possible, but not guaranteed.     Try crawling on hands and knees to get the baby into the best possible position for labor as this

What is induction?

Answer     What sort of induction? There are many uses of this word in different maths, sciences and even medical terminology. Webster's Online Dictionary says that

What is inductive?

"Inductive" can mean two things: one, it can mean something that is characterized by the influence of general laws from particular instances (AKA, logical), and two, caused by

Does evening primrose oil really work in the induction of labor?

Answer   I heard it works! Even it was recommended by my collegues ob-gyn.   Primrose oil will not start labor, sadly. However, it does ripen the cervix for labor. It

What is inductance?

Induction is the transfer of electric charge without contact between objects.

Why cant you eat before labor induction?

It's due to the fact that if for some reason you wind up needing emergency surgery (or any other reason that renders you unconscious), you won't vomit while unconscious and su

How is induction of labor done?

Most labor is induced by using the drug Pitocin, a synthetic form of oxytocin. Oxytocin is a natural hormone produced in the body by the pituitary gland. During normal labor,

What is the purpose of induction of labor?

Labor is brought on, or induced, when the pregnancy has extended significantly beyond the expected delivery date and the mother shows no signs of going into labor.

What is induction and inductive reactance?

'Inductance (symbol: L), expressed in henrys (symbol; H), is the property of a circuit that opposes any change in current. Inductive reactance (symbol: XL) is the opposition t