Is Induced Labor at 39 Weeks Best for Mom and Baby?

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The Doctors are joined by Dr. Charly Lockwood, who conducted a study which found that induced labor at 39 weeks – one week earlier than a traditional due date – may reduce complications and reduce the chance of death. Also joining the conversation is OB/GYN expert Dr. Russell Clayton, who is against inducing labor early if it is not medically needed.