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Is inducing pain for delivery safe? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 25-Mar-2014
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User:I am 37 weeks pregnant. My doctor has decided to induce pain and deliver me at 38 weeks. The baby growth is not much because of PI problem. Is this a right decision?
Doctor:what is PI problem?
Doctor:can you elaborate?
User:The scanning report says that the blood flow from one side is lesser than the blood flow to the right side to the baby
Doctor:You can go ahead with the inductiion
Doctor:no harm in it
User:Hi Doctor
Doctor:are you back?
Doctor:please tell me
User:I am also worried if it will end up in C section
User:I mean inducing pain.
Doctor:When you are induced, it should mostly end in vaginal delivery
Doctor:C section is rare in such case
User:The doctor said that the growth is less compared to the weeks completed. Is it a worry?
Doctor:it is a worry
Doctor:Could you share the detailed report with me so that I can comment specifically?
User:What precautions should I take?
Doctor:I need full details of the same
Doctor:could you mail me the scanning report?
User:You mean scanning report?
Doctor:doppler study report
Doctor:all the reports that are relevant
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