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    For the ladies induced due to PIH, what was your avg BP?

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    I was induced a week early with DS. I had been having painful tightenings for a week.
    It was through a private OB & private hospital though which makes a big difference

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    I was induced at 39 weeks for a previous shoulder dystocia

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    Preg induced hypertension not resulting in PE. Ob induced at 40+4

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    I was induced with pregnancy induced hypertension negative for PE at 38 weeks but had been induced for PE at 40 weeks in my previous pregnancy.

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    I was induced with my second baby. It was ultimately my decision, but these were the combined factors that supported the hospital's case for induction:

    - large baby (estimated weight was 4.9kg), but more specifically baby's abdominal circ consistently measured well over 100th percentile. No GD.
    - I was 6 days over and had a bishops score of 1.

    It was mainly the AC they were concerned about (and the risk of shoulder dystocia associated with that).

    Induction was successful despite low bishops score and she was born after 6.5 hrs of labour.

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    Pregnancy induced hypertension with no resulting PE and Large baby (4+kgs), he was 4.4kgs born.

    I was induced at 40+6...quick labour (under 4 hrs). No complications.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barnaby View Post
    I was induced with my second baby. It was ultimately my decision, but these were the combined factors that supported the hospital's case for induction:

    - large baby (estimated weight was 4.9kg), but more specifically baby's abdominal circ consistently measured well over 100th percentile. No GD.
    - I was 6 days over and had a bishops score of 1.

    It was mainly the AC they were concerned about (and the risk of shoulder dystocia associated with that).

    Induction was successful despite low bishops score and she was born after 6.5 hrs of labour.

    Barnaby do you mind me asking how big your baby ended up being? As I also have large babies and wondering how accurate the predicted weight is?

    Thanks

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    I was induced with DS at 38 weeks for hypertension, no PE. With DD I had a planned csection at 38 weeks due to hypertension and got post partum PE after her birth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mandmbaby View Post
    Barnaby do you mind me asking how big your baby ended up being? As I also have large babies and wondering how accurate the predicted weight is?

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    Well after 3 late growth scans, all performed at the specialist women's Hosp here and one of them with THREE OBs and two sonographers sitting in on.. All unanimously saying that they were definitely not wrong.. My baby was 'definitely measuring 4.9kg at 40+0'... She was born at 40+6 weighing 3.84kg! she felt tiny! I had always said I thought I was having a small one that time.

    My other two babies were both 4.7kg, and the growth scan for my youngest was pretty spot on. I think it said 4.5kg at 40+0 and he was also born at 40+6 and like i said eneded up being 4.7kg.


 

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