Originally Posted by andbabymakes4
It sounds to me that inducing before labor begins on it's own and you're more likely to have a baby that's not quite in the right position just yet. Although my mw thinks this baby is posterior, too.
I wish it were that, OP babies are present all all phases, early or late. There is a lot we can do with out lifestyles to help, in labor, getting in a childs pose type of position, or hands and knees, let gravity help, for a baby that is low and OP, sometimes, being on all 4s then dropping your chest to the floor, or on a pillow, and swaying your hips can help bring them out enough to spin with gravity. But poor positioning is a major reason for labors stalling, or progressing very slowly, or for the dreaded title of "failure to progress" that is probably far from the truth, but being unable to change to various positions aggravates the problem.