35 weeks pregnant how can i get my baby to come out already?

35 weeks pregnant i am so uncomfortable. my ribs hurt, i keep throwing up, so much dierrah going on & so many crazy contractions i can’t even sleep at night because i get sharp pains and my stomach feels so heavy! how can i get this baby to come out already??? i have a feeling shes going to come out late & im so scared of that! pls help!

I’m due June 21st with a girl too!!! I know it sucks. I’m exactly where you are right now, but you just gotta hang on a little longer. I think it’s getting harder emotionally because you’ve probably already had your shower, and the nursery is probably finished, and you’ve got her name picked out, and the whole family is probably bugging you asking when she’s gonna get here but the truth is she’s not fully cooked until 37 weeks. The last thing you want is to go home without your baby girl and if you have her too early that could happen and every woman I know who was discharged from the hospital before their baby was an emotional wreck until that baby got home. Better to be waiting for your baby while she’s inside you then you being at the house and her in the hospital. Try to stay active. I stopped going on walks the past couple weeks because I felt too tired and achy but now that I’m walking again I’m feeling a little better. Try to take baths to relax yourself and maybe get out of the house a little so you don’t feel so trapped and anxious. In two weeks you’ll be full term and you’ll pop in no time. Congratulations and Good luck!

10 Responses

  1. Portuguese♥Princess Due 7/20/10 Says:

    Why would you want that? Your baby need to stay in for at least 40 weeks. There is no safe way to get that baby to come, your already at 35 weeks you don’t have much longer. I’m due July 20th and I feel the same way but you gotta suck it up sweetie!
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  2. evil_little_budgie Says:

    Your baby isn’t even full term until 37 weeks at the earliest. Try some hot baths to ease the cramping in the stomach. Or even a heating pad and try to hold on.
    From personal experience, worrying and panicking about the possibility that the baby might be late can make your labor harder so just try to relax.
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    mom of 1 and 1 on the way

  3. giggy45 Says:

    your baby is not term until 38 weeks, so i would not try and get her out ,its best to keep her in there as long as possible, that’s how it is in the last month of pregnancy very uncomfortable
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  4. Kay Says:

    I know you think you want the baby to be born right now, but you really don’t. It is better if the baby waits ’till at least 37 weeks. I had one born at 36 weeks and had to have oxygen and feeding tubes. I couldn’t even hold him (with the exception of right when he was born) ’till he was 2 days old.
    So as uncomfortable as you may be just remember you are almost there.
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    Mom of 2 and 29 weeks with number 3!

  5. coltonandcartersmommy Says:

    walk alot. try to stay hydrated. and she will come when she is ready.
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  6. NewMommy Says:

    Yeah, Welcome to pregnancy – its not easy for Any of us.

    Your baby isn’t even full term till 37 weeks.

    Besides, even natural ways of trying to induce labour are not guaranteed to work. Your baby is going to stay in there until its ready if you like it or not.

    Im afraid your going to have to suck it up. Take lots of showers. Put your feet up. Give into your cravings. Get as much rest as possible.
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    Went 3 days over due

  7. Mara Says:

    I’m due June 21st with a girl too!!! I know it sucks. I’m exactly where you are right now, but you just gotta hang on a little longer. I think it’s getting harder emotionally because you’ve probably already had your shower, and the nursery is probably finished, and you’ve got her name picked out, and the whole family is probably bugging you asking when she’s gonna get here but the truth is she’s not fully cooked until 37 weeks. The last thing you want is to go home without your baby girl and if you have her too early that could happen and every woman I know who was discharged from the hospital before their baby was an emotional wreck until that baby got home. Better to be waiting for your baby while she’s inside you then you being at the house and her in the hospital. Try to stay active. I stopped going on walks the past couple weeks because I felt too tired and achy but now that I’m walking again I’m feeling a little better. Try to take baths to relax yourself and maybe get out of the house a little so you don’t feel so trapped and anxious. In two weeks you’ll be full term and you’ll pop in no time. Congratulations and Good luck!
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    My first baby Layla due June 21

  8. Agatha Says:

    My due date is today, and I am in no way showing signs of labor. I am exhausted, sick and in constant agony from my little guy pushing into my ribs, but I will not do anything to jeopardize his health. You made the decision to become pregnant, so it is your responsibility to carry that child safely and healthfully to term which is 37 to 38 weeks. Furthermore, due dates can be off by as much as 2 weeks so you may be less than 35 weeks. Your baby would be in the n.i.c.u and require tubing to feed her and keep her hydrated. Do you really want to be selfish enough to force her into those pains and discomforts to keep yourself from experiencing the normal aches and complaints of pregnancy? I would certainly hope not. The first job of a mother is sacrifice. You have many years of it ahead of you, get used to it now.
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  9. percy Says:

    i know how you feel.
    im having the exact same problems.. im 34 weeks pregnant.
    and there is nothing i would like better then to get him out of me.
    but you need to think about your baby.
    it needs to stay in as long as possible.
    it could still have problems if it was born now.
    so do whats best for your baby, your almost there anyways.
    trust me, it will be worth it. and healthier for you little one.
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  10. beena Says:

    Im 35 weeks pregnant and I know what you mean but baby is not full term until 37 weeks. I am a mum of a prem baby who came at 35 weeks but weighed only the size of a 32 week old. It was much more hassle to have to deal with then having to wait a few more weeks with those aches and pains. Dont get me wrong I really do feel for you because as I write this Im feeling the same way. Dizzy, sharp pains, and just off. I also have two other small children to look after so its not easy. In the long run with a full term baby you will be better off. Some of the comments I find a little harsh, Im in the same boat as you so I know what you are feeling… Just bare it for a few more weeks take it extra easy and soon your baby will be here. All the best!
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