80% effaced, 3cm, and lost the mucus plug HOW MUCH LONGER DO YOU THINK
HI IM 35 WEEKS PREGNANT AND MY CERVIX IS 80% EFACED IM 3CM DILATED AND I LOST MY MUCUS PLUG, AND BABY IS AT -1 JUST WONDERING HOW MUCH LONGER DO YOU GUYS THINK BEFORE HES OUT HERE AND WHAT ELSE COULD I DO TO SPEED UP LABOR ANYTHING IS HELPFUL PLEASE PLEASE HELP
to speed up labour? Well walking can help, lol almost like galloping type walking. And well sex to get the baby in....sex to get the baby out. Apparantly a mans semen helps with bringing on contractions, it loosens something? i cant remember fully but thats what my doc told me.. other ways are.... nipple stimulation, castor oil, pinapple, acupuncture...raspberry leaf tea? spicy food too...there are a bunch of ways....but i would go with whatever makes you comfortable. good luck :) you'll be holding your baby in notime just be patient...lol i know easier said then done :)
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