Inducing Labor and What to Expect

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If you have a fear of being induced, you are like many other expecting moms. Fortunately, after learning more about the process, many moms realize that it’s not as scary as they originally believed. Here is everything you need to know about how we induce labor and our number one tip to help you through this exciting time.

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