How long after doctor stripped membranes will labor start?
It will start when it will start. Sometimes stripping membranes will speed up the process, but not in any predictable fashion. Women's bodies seem to be hard wired (genetically) for a given gestational period (how long she stays pregnant). A normal gestational period for the human species is 37.5 to 42 weeks, but most women tend to deliver about the same time with each pregnancy.
No that is the fluid the fetus has lived in all these months. It's not induced but has always been there. The rupture of membranes ("water breaks") which releases the amniotic fluid occurs at delivery naturally, caused by the labor process, or it can be artificially ruptured by your health care professional to start labor. In the case of the latter, you may hear it said that delivery was "induced" by artificial rupture of membranes.
they were processed: they stripped (and surrendered all of their possessions) they were inspected by the doctor they were given a number they had their hair shaved they showered they were de-loused they were given their uniforms they were allocated a barracks (this might have been done at the start)
After ROM (rupture of membranes) most doctors start to worry about infection after 12 hours. If the mom and baby are both doing well and labor is progressing, it is completely arbitrary to do a C/Section because X number of hours have passed. If the mother is kept well hydrated and doctors and nurses refrain from doing internal exams, nature should be allowed to take it's course. If the water breaks before labor starts or…
You don't! This is something that women used to do decades ago, but it can actually be harmful to the baby, and it doesn't work. If your doctor feels you are too far past your due date, he will either induce your labor, or he will do a C section. Please, don't try to self induce your labor on your own.
My water broke at 16wks and 3dys you are now 19wks when will labor start and what effect will it have on the baby?
If you are having period like cramps then i would call you local labor and delivery room and talk with the nurse that was what i was having and like 6 hours later i gave birth.... Answer labor is very close but if your not completely sure please call your doctor because it could be the start of your labor. the best way you can also tell is to time the contractions. i have kids…