Question by  ajk45 (15)

How can I induce labor at home at 35 weeks?

I am tired of being pregnant.


Answer by  Taytotot (314)

At 37 weeks your baby is considered full term having your child before then can cause many problems which can include immature lungs, eye problems and feeding issues.


Answer by  snessia (991)

You really should not do this. At 35 weeks the baby is not considered full term and it may cause more complications for the baby. One of the more common problems is that the baby's lungs are not fully developed and ready to work on their own outside the womb.


Answer by  Kjkj (139)

I'm 32 weeks and tired of it too. But they say not until 37 weeks. Only 2 weeks left, and then you can try walking, castor oil, or having sex. I feel for you.


Answer by  LauraLS (195)

It is not a good idea to induce labor at 35 weeks. The fetus is not full term until 37 weeks, when the lungs are developed enough to provide the brain with oxygen. The best way to naturally accelerate labor in progress with a full term fetus is to walk.


Answer by  Loyola (378)

Inducing labor anywhere but in a controlled setting is dangerous to you and the baby. At 35 weeks your child would be considered premature and at risk for respiratory and other problems of premature infants. Your doctor can test to determine if the lungs are fully developed before inducing labor.

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