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    Default Second bub early on time or over due ?

    DS1- 4.30am on his EDD (40+0)
    DS2- 6am on the day before his EDD (39+6)
    26 wks pregnant with DD and I bet I go over. 😑

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    Started contractions due date was born 2am next day

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    DS1 9yrs. 39+4 4hr natural birth

    DS2 13.5wks. 37+2 E C-Sec. 6mins

    Needless to say I preferred DS 1 labour

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    I was induced with both so couldn't tell you.. But I've been told by my OB's midwife that the gestation length tends to follow a pattern so if my first two were overdue, the 3rd is also likely to be overdue. Yay


 

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