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    41+3 with #1 after a failed induction/fetal distress/impatient ob/big baby/bad position.....take your pick!

    41+3, 41+5, 42 (depending on who's dates you want to go by) with #2. I had planned on a vbac but wasn't comfortable waiting any longer for labour to start. I couldn't be induced.

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    38+3 for my elective and 34+3 for my emergency

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    38+2 due to breech. Due to an earlier bleeding issues Ob and I were keen to get her out as soon as practical.

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    37 + 2 due to pre eclampsia

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    Hmm seems like 39 is the most common for elective. I was hoping for 38 weeks (if safe).

    Bub is measuring 2 weeks ahead and has been for a while now. I'm only 27 weeks but was hoping to get booked in. I'm due on Christmas Day with this bub and as our DD2 was stillborn at 20 weeks I really just want this bub out safe as soon as is safely possible.

    I'll be discussing with my OB at my next appointment, I was just really interested in the meantime. I had in my head that 38/39 was the norm, but seems that is old info and it's more 39+.

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    I'm so sorry for the loss of your DD2. Speak to your OB, with your concerns and what happen, they will probably agree to 38 weeks.

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    A friend of mine has booked in to have her bub at 38 weeks exactly because her son was still born and she doesn't feel comfortable going any longer and her OB agreed.

    I'd definitely be asking and explaining your reasons!
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    Check with your OB. A friend of mine was able to have her daughter a bit earlier because of a previous stillbirth. I'm sorry for your loss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by French Pear View Post
    Is 38 weeks considered too early unless there is a complication?
    I was a actually booked in for 38 +2 @FrenchPear but ended up with pre eclampsia and they did it at 37 + 2


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    Have you had your GTT yet? If they find GDM is the cause of your big baby they will prefer to book at 38w.

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