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Friday, November 12, 2010

today is my EDD hah hah hah

hr ni EDD sy...tp sy masih di ofis. zeha n yana hengat sy da besalin. siap plan nk jenguk kt spital time lunch hour. apekahh?? xpena bitau pon da besalin..cmne da ble plan nk melawat plak ni??advance tull...mentang2 la lunch hour ri jumaa lameee...

hari ni EDD sy...tp xrase sakit pape pon..tips yg dibace dr babycenter. cara-cara xnk bg overdue:

1. Nipple stimulation
Nipple stimulation is the gentle rubbing or rolling of the nipple to encourage the start of contractions. The theory is that oxytocin, a hormone that causes contractions, is released in the body when the breasts are stimulated.

2. Sex
Sex as means of getting labour started is thought to work in three ways: firstly the movement may help to stimulate the uterus into action; secondly, sex can trigger the release of oxytocin, the 'contraction' hormone; thirdly, semen contains a high concentration of prostaglandins which help to ripen, or soften, the neck of the womb (cervix) ready for it to dilate when labour starts.
3. Eating pineapple
Pineapple contains the enzyme bromelain which is thought to help to soften the cervix and so bring on labour.
4. Homeopathy
Homoeopathic remedies use highly diluted versions of more potent substances to treat the body. Pulsatilla and Caulophyllum are two commonly used homeopathic remedies used to stimulate labour.
5. Herbal: blue cohosh and black cohosh
Blue cohosh (Caulophyllum thalictroides) and black cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosus) are herbs which should not be used in early pregnancy but are often cited as useful in bringing on labour.
 -err mcm xkn try...sbb cm xpena dgr pon herbs ni...
6. Eating curry
Spicy food is often suggested as a means of bringing on labour. There are no scientific theories relating to this, but it may be that it stimulates the gut and bowel and so encourages the uterus to get going by that means.
  - xsemestinye curry kot kan? mkn nasi lemak pon ok kott ehehe

7. Acupuncture
Acupuncture involves the insertion of very fine needles into specific points of the body. According to traditional Chinese philosophy, this stimulates the energy within the body to restore balance and boost healing.
  - takottttt...xmahuuuu 
8. Walking
The explanation appears to be that the pressure of your baby's head pressing down on the cervix from the inside stimulates the release of oxytocin, hopefully bringing on labour. Also, just being upright gets the forces of gravity working for you, encouraging the baby to move down onto the cervix.
 - ok..jp lagi nk gi alamanda..ibu beusaha! bb pun beusaha yee...bes sgt eh duk dlm perot ibu?hihi cpt2 kua ehh main dgn baba plak

And finally:

Here is a selection of other methods (some of them a little bizarre) that other mums are said to have found helpful. There is no evidence for any of these and frankly we are not convinced!

• Blowing up balloons: the theory is that the build up of abdominal pressure encourages labour to start.

• Bouncing on your birth ball or driving your car down a bumpy road would seem to put the same faith in shaking things up a little.

• Get a weepy video and have a good cry.

• Wear your best knickers (sod's law will ensure that your waters break in them). 
hahaha baiklahh...ini usaha2 sy yg akan sy buat dgn harapan dlm 2-3 ari ni..bb akan kua dengan sihat, selamat n comel eheeeh.
kwn2 sume da besalin ni..hurmm bile plak my turn ye?? one of my friends ckp...bb tgh wt pejanjian dgn Allah tu..masih belum selesai.bkn sng nk wt pejanjian dgn Allah. another friend plak ckp when his ready, he'll be coming out..so, sy mesti byk2 besabar.klu induce/ceaser adalah yg terbaik for us..sy redha. but i'm praying that i can do it normally. InsyaAllah..semoga dipermudahkan. Amiin.