How do you induce Labour Naturally, when a baby is overdue?
I’ve heard of just one example, which is to eat a Curry. Any more? Thanks
My step daughter had the same problem with her second child. She mowed the lawn and went into labor. She has had 6 children and she always starts moving when the pains come and not the baby.
I wouldn't recommend doing this these days, but when I was 3 weeks overdue with my daughter, my mother told me if I drank castor oil, it would send me into labor. So ... I drank 4 ounces of it. Oh man! I had the runs SO bad (well, what did I expect?) but within 6 hours I was in full blown labor. This was back in the days when they still gave you an enema and shaved you when you showed up at the hospital. I told them I was all set with the enema part!
I have 7 kids my trick was to clean the entire house in one go, from end to end, top to bottom.
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