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Is it possible to dilate without feeling contractions? : BabyBumps

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Apr 23, 2015 ... and the midwife discovered I was 3 cm, if not a little more. She said she could send me to L&D if I really wanted to, but I just went home.

Could i be in early labor with no pain but 4 cm dilated? | Mom ...

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Sep 14, 2007 ... A few crampy contractions here and there but nothing real regular. ... same thing i am 38 weeks pregnant and 4 cm with 90% effaced... and haveing no pain and really no contractions... i .... For two weeks, I've been 90% 3 cm.

Stages of Labor: Early Labor, Active Labor & Transition Stage

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No two deliveries are identical, and there is no way to predict how your ... Active Labor Phase – Continues from 3 cm. until the cervix is dilated to 7 cm. ... 8-12 hours; Your cervix will efface and dilate to 3 cm; Contractions will last about 30- 45 ...

Bellies and Babies: Dilation - How To Check Without Checking

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Jul 13, 2011 ... Some methods that can help a caregiver or doula know how dilated a woman ... Moving in and out of conversation as her contractions go and come. ..... When we got to the hospital, she was 3cm dilated, but 100% effaced and ...

The Birth Teacher: When will I go into labor?

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Feb 27, 2009 ... Some women dilate quite silently without hardly feeling contractions. This is also another case where vaginal checks might be helpful. However ...

How dilated can you be before active labour starts? - BabyandBump

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"Active labour" is usually classed as regular contractions, 5 mins apart, lasting 40 secs or more with dilation of 3cm or more and progressing. With my ... Had no pain or twinges etc at all, then I suddenly one day had my show, ...

I'm 3cm Dilated and 30% Effaced. Will Labor Start Soon? - Trimester ...

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Jan 25, 2014 ... You can be dilated or effaced for weeks or months before labour. .... in early labor for several days without realising it, as early contractions can ...

Early Labor Signs - What to Look For - Your Childbirth Guide

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You can be dilated to 3 cm for a few weeks before going into labor, or you can be ... Im 2days past my due date no contractions at all heeeeeeelllllllllppppppppp!

What does "3 cm dilated" mean? | Reference.com

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Being three centimeters dilated does not mean a woman is in labor, according ... 3 CM Dilated but No Contractions · 3 CM Dilated Irregular Contractions · 3 CM ...

How Labor Progresses - Family Education

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Labor progresses through stages of stronger and more frequent contractions until the cervix is fully dilated at 10 cm. Read about the early (latent) phase and the ...

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4cms dilated and NO real contractions! | Mom Answers | BabyCenter

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Aug 29, 2007 ... I'm 4cm dilated due to my BH , but there's been no real contractions. .... 2 weeks, baby is at Zero station, I am over 80% effaced and 3cm dilated.

Dilated To A 5 But No Contractions Help Please - Circle of Moms

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Jun 3, 2010 ... Dilated to a 5 but no contractions help please - Expecting. ... It took a LOT of pain & hours to get from 3cm to 10cm. Helpful (2); Nice; Funny ...

Pregnancy Question...can You Dilate Without Regular Contractions?

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Sep 10, 2009 ... **and by the contractions being irregular I mean that I might have 2 contractions that are 8 ... yes, you can dilate without regular contractions.