Answer: You can follow these to induce labour naturally.
Walking - The bumping up and down of walking can help the baby move into the birth canal. In fact, this is one of the few ways that most doctors agree on for starting labor. If walking doesn't work, try walking up and down stairs. Lifting your legs higher as you step can help push the baby downward.
Pineapple - Best taken fresh and raw. Pineapples contain the enzyme bromeliad, which can soften your cervix and and bring on labor. It can also stimulate your stomach, which could also help get some contractions going. Statistically speaking, the chemicals in pineapple that are said to start labor aren't very high. It would take a lot of pineapple to get labor going.
Sperm - If you feel up to sex, intercourse can work to get labor started. Sperm contains natural prostaglandins that release oxytocin to help soften and dilate the cervix.
Spicy food - A very well-known labor starter! The reason it works may be because of the upset it causes to the digestive system, which then upsets the uterus. Not highly recommended
Squats - Doing a few of these each day often helps to move the baby down and into position. Squats use gravity to push the baby downwards, thereby jumpstarting your birth naturally.
Stretch and sweep of membranes - Your doctor will perform this simple procedure. A finger is inserted into the cervix and a gentle 'sweep' of the finger slightly separates the uterus wall and amniotic sac, sometimes leading to labor within hours or days. Some women say it's an easy, painless procedure, others find it very painful
Answer: It’s best to let mother nature decide when your baby comes. You can try following to induce labor pains - sex, nipple stimulation, exercise, eat spicy food, apply camphor oil in vaginal area,take castor oil etc. If still it doesnt your doctor can either undertake membrane stripping or give u medicine to induce labor. Before trying anything that might induce labor, you’ll want to speak with your doctor to go over any risks or possible complications. Though some of these methods are popular folklore among pregnant women, little scientific evidence supports their efficacy. In most cases, it’s best to let baby set their own birth date, even if it means waiting another week or two
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Question: Hi i have now completed 9 months and 4th day now going on..but no any symptoms of delivery ..i am active enough able to do all the work on my own .what to do for inducing in to labour
Answer: Hi dear total pregnency days are 280 days.add 280 days u r lmp date.because baby growth starts from uvr ovalution day.do walking,drink plenty of water,yoga also helps to normal delivery.take care tq.
Question: My 9 month were completed tomorrow 16th but still no labour pain or any symptoms of labour? What should I do??
Answer: Hi dear,
I can understand your impatience.to get natural labor pain ,you have no other option but to wait.
Some of the early signs of labor are:
pinkish or reddish mucous discharge, dull back or abdomen ache,water leak,urge to empty bowels, strong and regular and continuous contractions,baby drops
Though you can try following tips to induce pain naturally: eating spicy food, taking some castor oil,eating pineapple, doing sex
If post 40 weeks ,no pain starts,you might need to be induced.Also refer the healofy app for daily updates on baby development and growth,as well as pregnancy care.it also gives you enormous info on post delivery baby care and diet.donot miss out!.
Question: Hlo doctor, i hv completed 9 months, but still there is no labour symptoms who can i induce labour pain ?
Answer: Hi dear
Exact due date is 40 weeks from your lmp...if you are in 40 weeks due do consult your gyanocologist...you should do anything to induce labor without doctors support...