So if you read my earlier post you know I've been having contractions since 2 AM. Not close about every 10 min. I had my weekly appt today, so he checked my cervix and I'm 1cm dilated & 75% effaced. I just want to hear how quickly you all progressed? I'm sooo anxious lol
I hope that what you want to hear is the encouraging thing to hear..
Although what I'm about to post could burst a bubble..
My cousin was 38 weeks pregnant when she was ready to have her *3rd* child and was dilated to a 5 and effaced I think about 80%…she was like that for about a week before they finally induced her.
But everyone is different so it could be any day now :)
I was dilated 3cm and 85% effaced for 2 months before I gave birth. My girlfriend was at 1 cm and 50% effaced for about a month or two before she gave birth. It could be soon it could be a couple weeks. Its not a good indicator.
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