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Asked by NikkiWhite

Q: - Plz Help Me!!!

Will caster oil work if baby isn't engaged.? Doctor said if baby dont engage within the next 10 days he is goin to do a c-section with no questions asked. I really need some help to get things moven, i dont want a section!!! Plz Help Me!!!!!

This question was asked Jan. 29, 2013 1:55am
Category: Labour & Delivery

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Answered by OurMiracle - Jan. 29, 2013 3:57am
Your not even over your edd. If ur baby is not in danger and ur healthy u can refuse the csection. I would not rush my labor for a doctor or even if i was in discomfort bc lets face it ewe are in pain towards end. It really is up to u. U can choice to wait til baby is ready to come so dont feel pressured. Ive never heard of a doctor forcing a c section ot induction unless overdue with issues. Goodluck

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Answered by NikkiWhite - Jan. 29, 2013 3:56am
-Thinks everyone but the thing is in 10 days ill almost be at my due date and becuz im tiny he won't allow me to go past my due date. Im pretty scared!!!

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Answered by lucyblue - Jan. 29, 2013 3:22am
Your doctor CANNOT force you to do a c-section, it is YOUR body and YOUR baby.

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Answered by lucyblue - Jan. 29, 2013 3:21am
It is totally unnecessary to resort to a c-section in the situation you're in. You should be induced if anything and there are plenty of different ways of doing that. Your doctor sounds like an idiot...seriously know your rights and know your options hun!! xo

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Answered by a member - Jan. 29, 2013 2:38am
Um. OMG. You are only 38 weeks. To be honest, unless you have some serious medical risks for going over 39 weeks that you didn't mention, he sounds like the most horrific terrible doctor ever, and I have a feeling he is pushing you around because you are young.

If that is the case, this is completely unacceptable. Once you have one c-sec, you can plan on the rest of your children also being c-sec too unless you can find a dr/hospital willing to VBAC you, and even then, the risks of things like uterine rupture increase dramatically after a c-sec.

I'd stop going to him *if I were you*. I would just wait for natural labor to start, and if anything concerning happened in the meantime I'd take myself down to L&D or the ER, anything to avoid prenatal visits with that jack-wagon.

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