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    Default If bubs no.1 came early, when did no.2 come?

    Just wondering for those of you who had their first bubs come a couple of weeks early, when did you go into labour with second and subsequent bubs (without being induced)? I know there is probably no correlation but just for fun would like to know your results!

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    Default If bubs no.1 came early, when did no.2 come?

    #1 - 34 weeks
    #2 - 39 weeks
    #3 - 39 weeks
    #4 - we shall see!

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    Default If bubs no.1 came early, when did no.2 come?

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    Default If bubs no.1 came early, when did no.2 come?

    #1 39 wks
    #2 40+3
    #3 lets hope early but not to early...

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    Default If bubs no.1 came early, when did no.2 come?

    Well #1 for me came 38+3 and now I am 39+2 and still no baby. Was hoping if you went early first time, you had a good chance second time but looks like this little guy is determined to stay in there.

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    Default If bubs no.1 came early, when did no.2 come?

    #1 - 39 weeks
    #2 - 40+6

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    Default If bubs no.1 came early, when did no.2 come?

    Oops I just read the date lol!

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    Default If bubs no.1 came early, when did no.2 come?

    Quote Originally Posted by InGi View Post
    Oops I just read the date lol!
    I'm doing this a lot lately!! I don't think these threads are updated enough!

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    My first was born at 38 weeks, DS2 was born at 42 weeks and DS3 was 8 hours after his 'due date'.

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    Default If bubs no.1 came early, when did no.2 come?

    I only have one so far. She tried to arrive at 32 weeks but stayed in there until 37 weeks.

    When we have number 2 I hope that he/she would stay in until 37 weeks again.


 

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