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GBS+ Foley induction? "What are thoughts on using a foley balloon to induce labor in hopes of a vbac? I was 2 weeks over with my first pregnancy, never dilated and induced resulting in failure to progress. My son was 8lbs. They assume that was too large for me structurally. So here I am baby #2 at 39 weeks and I'm 2cm dilated now. I'm group B strep positive so I'm not comfortable having my membranes stripped. They suggested the foley balloon to induce and hope that baby will be on the smaller side still. Looks like more research is needed to know if it increases risk of rupture. Worried about forcing labor which seems like that might make me more likely for a repeat c section. Trying to make a game plan for the next week! Thanks in advance!" ... See MoreSee Less
The statement "most uterine ruptures are really dehiscences" is false.