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#1 of 3 Old 06-02-2004, 01:41 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Guess I am really overdue now, hit the 42 weeks milestone yesterday :-) This is late, even for me. My overdue sequence has been
- 22 days (but I think my ovulation was late, so not really that far overdue)
- 14 days
- 3 days
- 3 days (I thought I was getting better at this due date thing :-)
- 10 days
- 9 days
- and now 14 days and still counting... All those sticky vibes sure are working :-)

Feeling great, and baby is very active, so not worried, it just would be nice if she decided to be born some time soon. None of the labor induction techniques has ever worked for me (apart from time :-) so just going to wait and be patient :-)

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Maybe your kids and my kids need to get together and we can both have "normal" term pgs :LOL My first tried to come at 32 wks and the contractions have already started with this one at 27 wks. You won't be pg forever :LOL!!!
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Me too. Are you still pregnant? How long will you wait. I have been planning an intervention free homebirth but am getting nervous. Still no signs of imminent labor. This is my first kid. I can't believe it - but I am starting to think about induction. My baby is already quite big and I am truely getting scared - which I know can't be helping matters at all.
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