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river and mountain mama to two amazing girls, 8.25.05 and 1.13.08, and married to my soulmate of 18 yrs
Frugal, food growing mama to my four loves
I also like to do this on my hands and knees. I'll start doing some pelvic tilts and then drop to my forearms and let my knees spread wide as my hips stretch. Though I have to do this alone or my dh takes it as a signal that I am ready for a little nooky.
Some babies just don't drop until labor starts, and when babies do drop sooner, it doesn't always mean labor is soon to follow. It's very common with second or later children for them not to drop until right before or even during labor. You could do all of the recommended advice because it's a good idea for preparing your body for birth, but it won't necessarily make your baby drop and then labor start. And to that advice I would add seeing a chiropractor.
Can I ask how far along you were with your other pregnancies when you were induced? Is it possible that you gestate babies longer then some?
HCM- gentle, all-natural, unconditional mama to three boys (8,6,4) and new baby girl!
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