7 thoughts on “Inductions part 2”

  1. Boy, this blog is timely. I have a friend with an active HSV2 infection and the doc wants to induce due to her baby “being too big”. Yikes. He’s obviously (to me) seeing dollar signs for the C-section that is inevitable. Thank you for your blog, by the way, it’s given me SO much valuable information these past 9 months.

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