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    Default labour starting naturally after 2 inductions

    Hi I have 2 dd on born in 2012 and one in 2014. I was induced with both due to oligohydramnios dd1 at 40+8, and dd2 at 40+7. Both times a few days earlier cervix was very favorable soft midline 2cm with dd1 and 3-4cm with dd2. Both times had stretches and sweeps done few days before I had us that detected the oligo. I just had an arm followed by a 4hr labour with dd1,and arm and synt with a 45min labour with dd2. We are wanting another which will prob be our last and the oligo will most likely reoccur. But just wondering if anyone has gone into labour naturally after 2 post dates inductions?

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    I've only been induced once (first baby) at 42+2. The only reason for the induction was he was 'overdue'. With baby number 2 I had a spontaneous labour at 41+3. Spontaneous labour was a gazillion times better and easier.

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    Unfortunately no : ( 4 inductions here. I wonder if my body can even go in to labour naturally !!! My labours were quick after the ARM too.

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