Jun 2, 2010 ... Yesterday I went to see my OB and she said I am 1 cm dilated and she wouldn't
be surprised if I have my son this week. Does this mean I can ...
... cm. Read about the early (latent) phase and the active phase of labor. ... For
first labors, 90 percent of women have a cervical dilation of about 1 cm per hour,
It involves three phases which are early labor, active labor, and transition into ...
Active Labor Phase – Continues from 3 cm. until the cervix is dilated to 7 cm.
You may be stressing when you are only, let's say, 1 cm dilated. ... Each labor
happens differently and in some cases you will need flexibility, but having a plan
If the tip of one finger fits, the cervix is 1 cm dilated. ... You can check out more
accurate early labor signs here that will give you a better idea that labor is ...
Im 34 wks pregnant & the dr said i'm about 1 cm dilated, & it should be "anytime
now"... how long can u stay 1 cm dilated before true labor begins? ... quite a long
time. Don't worry, soon enough your baby will be in your arms!
These early labor signs should help you know if it's the real deal. ... You can be
dilated to 3 cm for a few weeks before going into labor, or you can be not dilated
at all and have a baby the same day. If you ... Like · Reply · 1 · Jan 4, 2012 1:
In general, though, once active labor begins, the average progress is about 1
centimeter dilation per hour for your first baby and 1 1/2 centimeters per hour for
Since it's measured by the finger technique, it can be expressed in “finger size”
such as “she is 3 fingers dilated”. 0-4 cm is considered an early stage of labor.
When a woman is 2 centimeters dilated, it is considered early labor and can still
take many ... How much longer do I have to wait if I'm 1 centimeter dilated?