Hi everyone. Im 40 weeks 2 days pregnant now wit baby number one. My midwifes appointmemt friday said baby was not engaged at all and my cervix was still high firm and closed. Wat r the chances i will B able to go into labour without induction??
Well, my mom just told me that she was waiting my brother (child#4 for her) December15th, He was born January 20! So I think any thing can happend. My two first kids were born in week 37 I thought this time could be the same, tomorrow I'll be 38 weeks, just waiting now.
You never know, it could all happen over night. Some people arnt showing any signs of labor any where in the near future but then wake up to being in labor. I have been dialating for 4 weeks and thinned out almost 100% i was dialated to 3 last week and go today to see if there is any more progress. So just bc i have been looking like its any day im still preg. You just never know with these things
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