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    How did you go turquoise?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    How did you go turquoise?
    I only ended up taking them for like 2 weeks I think!?

    I went into early labour at 39+1 then ds was born by emergency cs at 39+5.

    tbh I think the sex we had that morning got things moving along more than the raspberry leaf tablets did.

    and I ended up in emergency cs after much interventions. my labour stalled too.

    all up I'd say these were bloody hopeless in my case but I don't think I started taking them early enough.

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    Ah damn...

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    They are meant to make labour more efficient aren't they, not necessarily bring it on? I took them with both of mine, no idea if they worked but pushing stage was 15 minutes for both, pretty efficient I think, especially considering with dd my contractions were still 4 mins apart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hakuna matata View Post
    They are meant to make labour more efficient aren't they, not necessarily bring it on? I took them with both of mine, no idea if they worked but pushing stage was 15 minutes for both, pretty efficient I think, especially considering with dd my contractions were still 4 mins apart.
    Correct, they are supposed to tone your uterine muscles, not bring on labour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    Correct, they are supposed to tone your uterine muscles, not bring on labour.
    Yeah I still went 40+6 with dd2 but as I said in an earlier post dd2 was pushed out within 20 minutes of arriving to hospital (on arrival I was apparently 6cm dilated but she started coming next contraction like 2 minutes later).

    I did take them religiously from 32 weeks.
    @Mamasupial think positive!
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    Oh yea I know it won't bring on labour. I took them last time but this time I started earlier.

    I started at 31 weeks this time. Hoping pushing stage is shorter this time. Was 45mins last time.

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    sorry I realized that after I posted lol. as others have said, won't bring on labour but it's supposed to make contractions efficient. definitely did not work for me. I was admitted at 11pm on Tuesday night and 29 hours, ds was born. my labour actually stalled/stopped and I had to be induced. super fun times.

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    How far into pregnancy would be considered early enough? I'm 35 weeks now is that early enough lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by KarinaJayne View Post
    How far into pregnancy would be considered early enough? I'm 35 weeks now is that early enough lol
    My midwife told me to start from 32

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