42 Weeks Pregnant
42 weeks pregnant … and you’re still with us! We feel for you. Many of us have experienced the same thing … we’ve gone past our due date, feel pressure from all sides and going through our own mental spin. Your midwife or obstetrician may be putting pressure on you to look at being induced which you might feel fine with or not.
Baby Center doesn’t have a post for 42 weeks pregnant while What to Expect does. Their post does discuss this weird period of Time … being late. Of course, this topic is very confusing. When I was pregnant in 1970 there were no ultra-sounds and due dates were quite flexible. I had a number of friends who stayed pregnant for another few weeks and didn’t have a very big baby. Obviously ‘due date’ has become more defined and you’re in the middle of decision making for your pregnancy and your baby’s birth.
Birthing Better families want to add at 42 weeks pregnant:
Birthing Better families were just like you. Decisions and choices are pretty much the same at this point … let pregnancy keep going or be induced.
We definitely were very invested in applying our skills throughout each day, sometimes every hour or so. In other words, we focus on Staying in The Now
Please download our Gift to you … this simple yet amazing set of skills in Birthing Better.
Our bottom line as Birthing Better families has always been simple … delighted that we have the skills, they are coming in handy and we’re feeling confident once birth unfolds.
We look back to when we started learning Birthing Better skills and can remember exactly what we were thinking and feeling. We feel like the same person but profoundly changed. Birthing Better skills give us a bold sense of capability. We know we now have a large variety of skills and are using them all the time. We’re thrilled really. We never imagined how thoroughly skilled we could become.
Birthing Better skills were developed by moms and dads in the early 1970s in the US and used by many thousands globally in all types of birth. Birthing Better online birthing classes are housed in Common Knowledge Trust.