My first pregnancy ended up in an emergency c-section because of cephalopelvic disproportion. (Haha I love using that term - in simple terms, my pelvis was small, my daughter's head was big.) Because there is a good chance it could happen again with this 2nd pregnancy, I have a c-section scheduled for December 22nd. I have had a lot more contractions with this pregnancy and have been very active, so I feel like there's a good chance this baby could come earlier than the 22nd. Should I be encouraging it, by walking lots and having lots of sex? (Not that that necessarily does anything for sure. Lol) Or do you think that's asking for trouble?
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