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    My ob suggested around 39 weeks. I ended up having DS2 at 38+6 as this fell on the theatre day for my ob and didn't want to wait another week.

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    I was told 39 weeks was standard as well It's making me a bit nervous though, I'm 2 hours from hospital and my last Bub had shoulder dystocia (not something I want to risk by the road side). Last time my waters broke days before they induced me so hopefully if I go early this time I have time to get to hospital


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