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Im 36 weeks pregnant 2cm dilated sharp stabbing pains in my vaginal area and pressure. What could this be?

Ask your OB MD: Definately ask your OB this question as he/she has your entire medical record and care over the past 36 weeks available. ...Read more

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If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more


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36 weeks pregnant with 1 CM dilated and 50 effaced. What does this mean?

36 weeks pregnant with 1 CM dilated and 50 effaced. What does this mean?

Preparing for labor: A cervix 1cm dilated and 50% effaced means that your body is starting to prepare for labor. There's no way to predict exactly how long until labor comes: it may not happen until around your due date. ...Read more

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36 weeks pregnant and 4 CM dilated and hurts when i move and have sharp pains that go up the left side of my stomach does that mean labors coming soon?

36 weeks pregnant and 4 CM dilated and hurts when i move and have sharp pains that go up the left side of my stomach does that mean labors coming soon?

Probably.: You should talk to your obstetrician; symptoms requiring prompt evaluation at your maternity hospital's er are: decreased fetal movements, fever >100 f (38 c), vaginal bleeding, contractions felt every 5 minutes for at least 30 minutes, or leaking vaginal fluid. Best of luck! ...Read more

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36 weeks pregnant and 4 CM dilated and hurts when i move and have sharp pains that go up the left side of my stomach does that mean labors coming soon?

36 weeks pregnant and 4 CM dilated and hurts when i move and have sharp pains that go up the left side of my stomach does that mean labors coming soon?

WHAT DID YOUR OB SAY: All ?S at 36 weeks and for the rest of your preg should be directed to your OB not here, as your OB knows exactly what is going on with you any sharp pains should be evaluated either by u going to your doc's or to the labor room, that is what i would tell u if u were my pt, esp since u are already 4 cm dilated. ...Read more

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36 weeks pregnant 1 centimeter dilated mucus plug came out how much longer for labor?

36 weeks pregnant 1 centimeter dilated mucus plug came out how much longer for labor?

No way to tell: Although losing the mucus plug is a sign labor is getting closer, that period of time varies and cannot be determined with certainty. Also, many women may be dilated 1cm for a few weeks before actually going into labor. This is especially true if you have had children before. ...Read more

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36 weeks pregnant and nauseous, hard to breath and dizziness and already 3 CM dilated what could this be?

36 weeks pregnant and nauseous, hard to breath and dizziness and already 3 CM dilated what could this be?

Early labor?: Whatever it is, sounds like you need to see your obstetrician asap! early labor is likely, but asthma, pulmonary embolism, or urosepsis are all possibilities that could prove life-threatening for mother and/or fetus. Good luck! ...Read more

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Is it safe to get a dilated eye exam while 36 weeks pregnant? Are the drops safe?

Is it safe to get a dilated eye exam while 36 weeks pregnant?  Are the drops safe?

It is safe: Major risks from chemical and drugs to the developing baby occur in the first 3-4 months. After that period the major organ system and patterning have been set and there is little that can harm your pregnancy. The drops applied to the eyes add a miniscule amount to your circulation and will not harm the baby, so dilation, if needed is going to be harmless. ...Read more

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