Quoting Nikita Rowsell:" There are ways to check on the babies, no reason to induce unless they are showing signs of being ... [snip!] ... are better off staying in until they're ready. Being induced will greatly increase your risk of needing a cesarean section."
I agree with you. With my first I was 2 weeks over due so they induced me. I ended up having to have a c section and since that one I have not had a natural delivery. This will be my 3rd c section cause my Dr. said it is too risky for a vback
With mono/dio twins they induce early also because this is the time that one can start stealing a royal buttload of nutrients from the other and can cause one twin not to survive or be born with failure to thrive.
Congrats on getting so far with such healthy mono/dio twins
I was induced with my last pregnancy and had a great experience. I was induced at 3:15pm and had her at 8:53pm. Labor was labor and of course it hurt but all in all it was a great experience.
Oh jeebus at rescuediva2. :roll:
Quoting ℳizz ℊiz. :" ya i dunno. it seems like no matter what there are always different sources saying different things. ... [snip!] ... going to be born really soon. on monday." my husband and were talking about how creepy that would be if he was right!! :shock:"
That's funny you say that. MY youngest said mommy theres a baby in there before we found out we were pregnant. Then he said it's a sister and sure enough it has been confermed 4 times it's a girl.
Quoting Jenna1234:" I was induced, didnt think it was bad at all. I was in active labor maybe 4 hrs max and pushed only 20-21 ... [snip!] ... since my oxygen level was dropping from pushing, but there wasn't any horrible pain. Baby girl was 100% perfect and healthy."
your O2 doesn't drop from pushing. Baby's heart rate drops... due to lack of oxygen crossing the placenta. They only put oxygen on mom when baby is in fetal distress
<blockquote><b>Quoting ℳizz ℊiz. :</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting snglemama:</b>" your O2 doesn't drop from pushing. Baby's ... [snip!] ... think it was because when I was pushing maybe I was holding my breath?? And they didnt want me passing out?? Not sure exactly."</blockquote>
I know I was holding my breath a bit and I have a tendency to pass out very easily. My daughter wasn't in distress.
ETA: The oxygen was given right after her head came out and was left on for about ten minutes after that. My oxygen level was low, and the doctor who delivered me wasn't comfortable with it.
Quoting Jenna1234:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ℳizz ℊiz. :</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting ... [snip!] ... left on for about ten minutes after that. My oxygen level was low, and the doctor who delivered me wasn't comfortable with it."
I was given oxygen right before I needed a c-section (both times). It wasn't me who had the issue, it was my son. My oldest from head compression and my youngest from all sorts of issues that had nothing to do with induction. (infection, placental abruption, etc.)
Not sure how many people on here commenting have had twins BUT I have mine were born naturally at only 36 weeks they were perfectly healthy no steroids no nicu stay one weighed 6 lb 4 oz the other weighed 5 lb 2 oz and they left the hospital three days old they didn't have trouble with nursing or bottle feeding they didbt need apnea monitoring they worst thing was my son needed a bili ruben light for a couple days and once my dr saw I was 90% and at a six I was contracting every 4-6 minutes they gave me pitocin and let me labor as long as I wanted to without any meds or breaking my water my kids were born vaginally after about 38 hours so I think you will be fine I'd you trust your doctor and hospital and you feel like this is best for you then best of luck to you and your sweet babies
<blockquote><b>Quoting Mommy2Twins...And countin:</b>" Not sure how many people on here commenting have had twins BUT I have mine were born naturally at only ... [snip!] ... I'd you trust your doctor and hospital and you feel like this is best for you then best of luck to you and your sweet babies"</blockquote>
Just because yours did t have issues doesn't mean hers won't.
Quoting Summerfrost:" I was given oxygen right before I needed a c-section (both times). It wasn't me who had the issue, it ... [snip!] ... and my youngest from all sorts of issues that had nothing to do with induction. (infection, placental abruption, etc.)"
From what I see, it depends on the person and/or situation. I was just responding to someone saying that they only put oxygen on the mom if the baby is in distress, which wasn't true for me and wasn't true for other people I know. I know they give oxygen to the mother if the baby is in distress, but like I said, my daughter was basically fully delivered when they gave me oxygen as a precaution for me because of asthma, having held my breath, my oxygen level being down, etc.