You have no new messages.
Order posts by:
Newest firstOldest first
Login to reply
I am 40+4 today and feeling very impatient and bored! I just want something to happen! xxx Arrrrrrgh!!!
Hello. I was overdue 8 days. I was so fed up and there was one thing that helped the labour to start. I bought the bouncing ball and for two days I was jumping on it all the time- serioously all the time- with breaks for the rest room and to eat something. The contractions started early in the morning on the third day. Also I think it helped me to stretch as I didn't tear at all, didn't need any stitches even though my baby was big 4,2kg. So for all the impatient ones I really recomend the gym ball.
I am 41+2 and so fed up of waiting for something to happen. I had a sweep Sunday and lost my plug yesterday and nothing else is happening. Got another sweep booked for tomorrow so fingers crossed. Otherwise I'm booked in to be induced on Friday.
I've tried everything to kick start labour naturally but nothing seems to have worked. I have been going for walks and trying to keep busy in the house but trying not to tire myself out. I'm also quite nervous about venturing too far from home just incase anything happens.
2 days overdue now had a sweep yesterday and been loosing my plug since having some cramps again now but stopped lastnight when I went to bed. But with snow as sad as I sound happy for baby to stay in as worrying about getting there etc. first labour was 3 hours 13 mins and advised on a home birth but high risk so cant. xxx
I am now 40+5 and getting very bored now. Was in hospital last night because i thought she was on her way. How wrong was i. I went in and was examined and was 2cm dialated and 4 hours later no change. The midwife said it was still quite thick and needs to thin first. So came home. I really want something to happen
Please select a forum topic from the list below:
Use the calander tool to navigate the forums by thread creation date
not a member?
Please follow us on Facebook and Twitter: Bounty Bounty
The Information on Bounty.com is not substitute for examination, diagnosis or treatment by a qualified health professional.
Copyright ©2001-2013 Bounty (UK) Ltd. All rights reserved.