There are many health rated reasons for that to happen. Pre-eclampsia, gestational diabetes, growth concerns, placental issues, etc. For instance, I have a blood clotting disorder, and I'm on daily blood thinner injections. I need an early induction date so I don't go into labor naturally and possibly hemmorage (have enough time to stop shots for 24 hours).
They are inducing me for preeclampsia
Baby measuring small. They want to get him out sooner to make sure he's getting enough nutrients. I was scheduled to be induced next week but I went into labor on my own this morning luckily.
I'm getting induced at 39 weeks because I have gestational diabetes so they worry about baby's size and condition of the placenta
Gestational diabetes. Lupus. Baby not getting enough nutrients thru placenta. Preclampsia. Having a geriatric pregnancy.
The reason I have roo is because I have extra fluid in my body & around my baby, I’m getting induced at 39 weeks
Babies are considered “safe” to come anytime after 37w. I just simply want my baby to get out early lol. This is also my second pregnancy with zero complications, so I was a perfect candidate for an elect induction at 39w. I could’ve done 38w, but my dr and hospital was booked.