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I am 4cm dialated.

I am 4cm dialated at 38 weeks, and they just stripped my membranes at my check-up, if i went into the hospital would they admit me?
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2133163 tn?1350518235
Not unless you were having back to back contraction's.
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Thank you :)
2133163 tn?1350518235
But you should be in labor soon! Last time I had my membranes stripped I had my baby the next day! Good luck!
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Lets hope so lol. Ive done alot to get to 4 cm, ive tried everything, from ******* oil, squats, walking, dancing, pinneaple, mango and more lol
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With my second born I was 4cm dialated they sent me to the hospital
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See this is my third. So maybe, just maybe if i go in, theyll admit me
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Using castor oil is very dangerous way to try and start labor
7248126 tn?1462826183
They admitted me at 4cm with my daughter but i was having back to back contractions
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They're not going to admit you if you're not in labour.
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So what did you do to open that much, what did you do to open 1 or 2 cm?
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I tried everything, from walking, squating, eating pinneaple,  mango, ******* oil, dancing, and more
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I went to the hospital, and i was contracting, but still only 4 cm dilated, they said if i wouldve been 5cm they wouldve kept me.
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Im still getting contractions, but idk when to go in because theyve already sent me home. What do i do?
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Wait til they're 3-5 minutes apart or your water breaks.
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