Yeah, how do you check ? I know at my last exam a week ago I was not dilated but my baby's head is very low. The cervical exam was painful to sya the least, I am sure if my OB tries toi check when I am having contractions I will giver her a shiner :)
I am dialated 1 cm. I have 3 more weeks to go. I have had 5 false labor trips to the hospital and I was on bed rest for 5 weeks. I am off of bed rest. The doctor said to walk around the mall to stimulate labor, but I think I am gonna wait until closer to April 12th my due date.
Im 35 weeks but my baby is really big my doc said so the min my hubby gets home tuesday no more bed rest for me ive been on it since 29 weeks self exams are easy i found a site where a midwife explained how to do it ive been doing it since 29 weeks like once a week to see how things were going and the last week ive had big changes :) Cant wait :)
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