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    Default Natural Methods of Labour Induction (That Actually Worked)

    Sorry to say that nothing worked for me. Curry, long walks, sex, nothing.

    I wouldn't say castor oil is natural!

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    Castor oil is natural...at least as natural as curry! To the best of my knowledge, it comes from the castor oil plant. A nasty, tall red weed-like thing. It is not a petrochemical product (if it were, it may actually taste better!).

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    Default Re: Natural Methods of Labour Induction (That Actually Worked)

    My sister massaged the known pressure points in my feet. DD's labour started within 12 hours at 39w4days and DS within 24 hrs at 39.6w.

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    Default Natural Methods of Labour Induction (That Actually Worked)

    Lying in hospy bed with newborn DS, I can confidently say walking and steam mopping the kitchen
    Went for a gentle stroll up the road, fell moist down below but thought it was just normal discharge. So sat on the couch for a bit, was bored and noticed some pains coming and going, but after 10 days of pre labour, ignored it. Decided the kitchen floor looked a bit dusty so pulled the steam mop out, two swipes later and had more leakage and ouchy pains. So quickly finished moppin floor while waters started running down my leg :/ hahaha
    8hrs later delivered out DS

    Eta: DS was born on his due date

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    Default Natural Methods of Labour Induction (That Actually Worked)

    I mowed the lawn. Well half of it.


    I wouldn't touch castor oil, it can make you very sick.

    As pp have said gentle walking, acupuncture, massage etc.

    I found after having 2 inductions, I just gave up and relaxed. Babe number three was a beautiful Natural arrival.
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    Default Natural Methods of Labour Induction (That Actually Worked)

    For me it was dtd - ds came 3 weeks early


 

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