What is induction of labour
What happens after the labour induction process?
How long it takes for labour to start depends on how ripe your cervix is when your induction starts, the induction technique used and how your body responds to the procedure.
In most cases, labour induction leads to a successful vaginal birth. If labour induction fails, you might need to try another induction or have a Cesarean section.
If you have a successful vaginal delivery after induction, there might be no implications for future pregnancies. If the induction leads to a Cesarean section, your health care provider can help you decide if to attempt a vaginal delivery with a subsequent pregnancy.
With Dilapan-S® osmotic dilator, it is possible and safe to attempt vaginal delivery in your pregnancy, even with a Cesarean section in your past!
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