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Cervix At 38 Weeks Pregnant
Is it psbl to have labour pains n amniotic fluid leakage n still cervix is not dilated..38 weeks pregnant?
Yes: "False Labor" pains not strong enough to cause cervical dilation can go on for weeks before real labor begins. That doesn't mean it doesn't hurt! However, if you are leaking amniotic fluid, you should be delivered right away. Your doctor can do an exam to see if you are really leaking amniotic fluid or if it is something else like urine or a heavy vaginal discharge. Best wishes! ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
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I'm 38 weeks pregnant 5 CM dilated and mushy cervix but no contractions. Why? How can I bring them on ? Is there any possible ways?
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38 weeks pregnant white clumpy discharge like wet toilet paper they checked my cervix yesterday could it be from an on check?
I'm 38 weeks pregnant. Placenta is now clear of cervix, but close enough that if i dilate, i'll most likely bleed. Is orgasm (w/o penetration) safe?
38 weeks pregnant and no signs of labour. Cervix completely closed and baby still not engaged. Does this increase my chances of c section?
I'm 38 weeks pregnant and my cervix is at 50 percent and i'm having this sharp shooting pain in my cervix i'm i having contraction?
38 weeks pregnant over a CM dilated and cervix is 70%thinned baby's super low.Having diarrhea and puking and little sharp pains. Is this normal?
38 weeks pregnant and feeling pressure in my vagina. Boyfriend also said he couldnt feel my cervix and felt what he thought was the babys head?No pain?
Im 38 weeks pregnant and at my last appointment my doctor inform me that my cervix was still closed. That I haven't dilated at all. Is this normal?
Yes, its normal: During your first pregnancy (and sometimes even during a subsequent pregnancy) your cervix may not begin to dilate until your membranes rupture and you start having contractions. This doesn't mean its not getting ready for the big day. Even though it doesn't dilate, it may become softer and thinner. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I am 38 weeks pregnant and have gestational diabetes, my dr examined my cervix this morning and said that I'm 1cm dilated, and that she can feel the baby right there on my cervix.
Would I come into labor any day now?
Full term: At 38 weeks you are considered full term and at that point you could technically be ready to go into labor at any point. Since your OB can feel that you are 1cm dilated, this is not terribly unusual at your stage. Although the baby might be sitting right on your cervix, he/she may still still there for another 2+ weeks, OR they may come out any day now. it's certainly the Great Waiting Game! ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
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