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Bringing Out Baby: Test Your Induction Knowledge

Many mamas-to-be aren't playing the waiting game as they anticipate the arrival of their lil ones. According to new research, labor inductions nearly doubled between 1992 and 2003, bringing more babies into the world before a pregnancy reaches 40 weeks. Labor induction isn't always on an expectant mama's birth plan, so take this quiz to see just how much you know about the process.

Bringing Out Baby: Test Your Induction Knowledge

What percentage of labors are induced in the United States?

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MissSushi MissSushi 6 years
I was induced with my son because of preeclampsia, and I wasn't terribly keen on it because of my issues with pitocin the first time around,the complications with inductions before your body is ready, the rate of failed inductions, and because i was 3+ weeks early, but i didn't have any choice.
pixiedusk pixiedusk 6 years
yey! im an induction expert! 80% correct! Im actually impatient of waiting for my baby and is considering induction but changed my mind after reading some article that waiting .... will help the baby develope more... ill wait for you baby bean!
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