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36 weeks, 75% efaced, dilated to a 3.
I'm 36 weeks pregnant, 75 percent efaced, and dilated to a 3.. what's my chances of him coming soon?
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1756475 tn?1330542313
Do you mean 3cm?
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I was 36 weeks when I had my son, he was my first. I was 3 cm when I went to the hospital and I had him an hour later. I also walked around a lot and that helped him come down. Good luck and congrats!
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Yeah, sorry figured ya'll would know that :/ I've been this far since Saturday.
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its a good sign that your body is preparing for baby but there is no way of really know how much longer you have till labour begins... some woman can stay at a certain point for weeks... but at least you are already taht far when it does kick in! Congrats and good luck!
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Not necessarily. Many women walk walk around dilated for weeks. Its still really early for you... so don't be in too much of a rush!!
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Our childbirth educator was dilated to 4 cm for 2 weeks before having her son. It definitely is your body prepping for delivery, but may still be a few weeks. Then again, it may be very soon! Just make sure you've got everything ready in case it does happen sooner than later!
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I was at 3 cm at 33 weeks and had my first daught a week before her due date (induced). My dic said I was already having contractions when I went in but couldn't feel them. He said it would have only been a day or so until I went on my own
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Thanks ya'll! Helps a lot. I'm not rushing him, but will definitely be walking more once he hits full term. I'm miserable.
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Another problem I'm having is feeling my contractions.  I was hooked up Saturday and they came in with pain meds and told me after monitoring my contractions they were giving me something to ease my pain... But I didn't feel miserable. The only thing killing me was my lower left back... Any ideas?
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