I know we can't predict when baby comes. We all hope for full term healthy babies, but sometimes, health issues arise and babies come earlier than planned. I would imagine the best thing would be to go to the hospital, especially if the baby was coming around 32 - 36 weeks.... in hopes to stop labor or make sure your premie has the care it needs.
So, if it comes to happen, how can you be sure what they do in the hospital is necessary, or just convenient? I feel like I am fairly educated in a 'normal' birth.. but when there is a risky situation, when are we sure that a c-section would benefit the baby/ us instead of vaginal birth? Would induction EVER be necessary (if you are already in labor, I cant see why it would). Can anyone one think of anythng else?
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