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    Hey thanks again all who have contributed so helpfully to this thread. Munchkinsmama I'd be very interested to read that article if you do find the name of it.
    I'm feeling more encouraged when I read how many people have gone painkiller free for an induction.
    I'm glad to know it can be done.

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    Oh and try move around throughout the labour. Do things to relax you. Whenever a contraction came on, I'd hit bounce on my exercise ball & hit the bed with my stress ball while keeping my body relaxed. & if they do start to get intense towards the end... I'm afraid they will get intense with only a few seconds break when your induced. When they get intense, do what comes naturally. Of it means yelling, do it. The water definitely makes a difference though. If you can hop into a bath, do it.


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