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Jul 15, 2016 ... As you approach your due date and delivery, you might be wondering how to speed up the process. Here's what you need to know about inducing labor and dilating faster.

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No matter it's your first time giving birth or you are an experienced mother, knowing how you can dilate faster can greatly speed up the labor.

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How to Dilate Faster. As you approach your due date, your cervix will probably begin to soften and dilate in preparation for childbirth, even before you start to feel labor pains. Cervical dilation is typically measured either in terms of...

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What triggers labor is still a mystery. While initial uterine contractions efface (or soften) and dilate the cervix a bit, these contractions can take weeks and don't actually bring on labor. More complex factors are responsible, including an exchange of hormonal signals between you and your baby. But when your due date has ...

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How to Dilate the Cervix. Cervical dilation occurs during active labor, making room for the baby to travel through the birth canal. The cervix dilates naturally when the body is ready to give birth, but when it's necessary to move things...

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How fast you dilate in labor depends on a few things. In general, women who've had a baby before will dilate faster than first-time moms. Epidurals can slow down the rate of dilation some, but they don't increase your risk of a C-section. A general rule of thumb is that once you are in active labor, the cervix will dilate about 1 ...

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As you grow closer to your due date, it can seem impossible to wait for your baby to arrive. You will notice physical changes as you get closer to giving birth. Before labor pains even begin, you will notice that your cervix has started to soften and dilate. Your cervix must become dilated for labor to take place because this ...

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Hi all, Please don't judge. I am a 2nd time mum, my little girl is 9 years old, the first time around I was in labor 31 hours, my contractions were strong but I wasn't dilating and had to get pitocin and she was a sunny side up baby. This current pregnancy has been very tough on me. I have had Hyperemesis ...

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How to Dilate Faster. As you approach your due date, your cervix will probably begin to soften and dilate in preparation for childbirth, even before you start t.