So im due on Saturday and NOTHING have not dialeted at all i get checked tomorrow if im dialeted but no mucous plug no contractions nothing all that has happened is pressure down there!!:( am sad i want my baby here already
Me to :( i'm due Saturday also my midwife doesn't check for dilation until you go over 40+1 :( so I don't know if I made progress and Friday I go sign up for jobs I hope I don't go into labor while waiting lol
I'm due today as well no sure signs of labor or anything yet besides the same ol aches and pains that come with being preg. Last week I was told I was 1cm dilated but nothing else so far. Good luck with your pregnancies ladies!!
Don't worry mommies it will happen and seems to happen over night. I had my doc appt on a wednesday and was 2 days away from my due date. I was only 1 cm dialated that Wednesday and had my baby the next night. Things escalated really quickly the day of delivery. So it will happen when u least expect it. Good luck!
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