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Researchers have not found a proven way to induce labor, according to WebMD. However, theories that acupuncture, sexual intercourse, long walks, spicy foods and drinking small amounts of castor oil can induce labor conti... More »

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Natural ways to induce labor at home include taking long walks, eating spicy foods, engaging in sexual intercourse, and drinking small amounts of castor oil, explains WebMD. Pregnant women can also take the herb evening ... More »

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Taking medications at the hospital is the only reliable and safe way to induce labor, as of 2015, according to WebMD. Some people speculate about techniques, but these methods do not have any scientific basis, and they c... More »

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Natural ways to induce labor at home include taking long walks, eating spicy foods, engaging in sexual intercourse, and drinking small amounts of castor oil, explains WebMD. Pregnant women can also take the herb evening ... More »

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Ways to induce labor include having sexual intercourse, going for a walk and eating spicy foods, says WebMD. Other ways to induce labor include taking castor oil or using natural herbs such as evening primrose oil or coh... More »

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While there are many suggestions for inducing labor naturally, including eating spicy food and drinking castor oil, most experts agree that the only safe method of labor induction is with medications in a hospital settin... More »

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Taking medications at the hospital is the only reliable and safe way to induce labor, as of 2015, according to WebMD. Some people speculate about techniques, but these methods do not have any scientific basis, and they c... More »

www.reference.com Health Women's Health Childbirth