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Question: 39 week running still no labour what do?

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Answer: Hello! Labor is a natural process. However, you can try few things to bring in contractions like sex, nipple stimulation, consuming of castor oil. Almost talk to your doctor regarding artificial inducing of labor. However, one cannot wait till 42 weeks for normal delivery.
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