What You Need to Know about Labor Induction – Podcast Ep 20

What You Need to Know about Labor Induction – Podcast Ep 20

As you approach your due date, you may be faced with the decision to induce your labor. Here's what you need to know about labor inductions.

Published October 29, 2019

by Nina Spears

The Baby Chick®: Pregnancy, Birth & Postpartum Expert
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At the end of women’s pregnancies, many women are faced with the decision or recommendation to medically induce labor. Some reasons are for the baby’s health and well-being, and others are for personal reasons. Lately, I’ve been attending a lot of labor inductions, so I thought we should talk about this important topic. Today Mary Alice, a midwife and doula, and I are covering all the details and what you can expect during a labor induction. We hope that this podcast episode helps!

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Nina is The Baby Chick® & Editor-in-Chief of Baby Chick®. She received her baby planning certification in early 2011 and began attending births that same year. Since then, Nina has… Read more

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