Because you are very lucky! All women are different. Some dilate to higher numbers and 100% effaced and don't feel a thing. Just luck of the draw. It doesn't mean anything is wrong or that the labor will be better or worse in later stages. It just means that you are having a very easy labor up to now.
i had 5 kids and my labour all were diffnert.u can be in labour and not fell much pain at all. i know women had only bad pain for three hours then baby was born.
When I was 37 week I went to doc and was told I was 2 cm dilated and 80 effaced...HAD MY DAUGHTER THE NEXT DAY! STARTED FEELING LABOR CONTRACTIONS AT AROUND 4:00AM. Hope this helps :-)
This is normal! However, once you become 7 cm dilated is time to get to the hospital. Even if your water breaks you don't have to go to the hospital until your contractions are 5-7 minutes apart.
I take Prozac for the last month and when I started feeling the drug about a week ago my pupils are very dilated after I take it.
Should be right after, since normally water breaks after you feeling contractions in minutes apart as sign of early labor phase
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have you recently had a baby? Maybe it is because you are ovulating or have your period. Speak to your doctor about it
What you are experiencing is called Braxton-Hicks contractions. It is perfectly normal. It is the body's way of "practicing" for the real thing. As long as there is no constant pressure on the floor of the pelvis or discharge of blood or liquid, the mild contractions you are feeling is not a threat. Your baby will be born when he or she is ready. The B-H contractions do not mean labor will begin any sooner than is proper.
Yes it do I felt like it was sore and it like it numb
Chest flutters are also know as PVCs or Premature Ventricular Contractions. The can be caused from anxiety, fatigue, too much exercise.
ic could be Heart Rhythm disorder, premature ventricular contractions, aortic stenosis or it could be you were doing something active and now you are tired, and your heart is beating fast.
You can try nipple stimulation and raspberry leaf tea, but don't worry it will happen eventually. If he is at -2 he is not sitting directly on your cervix but is farther up in your uterus. The bowlegged feeling is normal at the end of a pregnancy from the dilation of your cervix and the stretching of the ligaments, so don't worry he's not really right between your legs!
Shakiness, anxiety, nervousnessPalpitations, tachycardiaSweating, feeling of warmth (although sweat glands have muscarinic receptors, thus "adrenergic manifestations" is not entirely accurate)Pallor, coldness, clamminessDilated pupils (mydriasis)Feeling of numbness "pins and needles" (paresthesia)
alcohol severely dehydrates the body. The nausea and headache associated with a hangover is merely the bodies way of dealing with and feeling the affects of being dehydrated.
I'm 39 weeks prego with my third child and I'm feeling the same way! But i think it is all up to the doc. My doc won;t induce until my cervix is effaced. I've been havng regular contractions for 6 days and my cervix still hasn't started to efface and he still wont induce.....So I guess just talk to your doc.
Braxton Hicks contractions can occur far before labor actually begins, though sometimes they might occur shortly before a woman goes into labor. The first "true" labor sensations can be anything from crampiness to "full blown" contractions to losing one's mucous plug to having bloody show to experiencing loose stool or to feeling one's water break.
You could be going into labour, or it could be Braxton Hicks contractions. I would phone your doctor/midwife/hospital
Someone should take a pregnancy test when they feel they have symptoms of being pregnant. That is such as having food cravings, gaining weight, feeling contractions, etc.
Don't worry about it. There simply aren't any formulas. I never had any Braxton Hicks contractions that I was aware of, and was 7 cm dilated when I went to see my doctor, who thought I'd deliver that afternoon. In reality, I didn't go into labor for another week--which was one week past my due date. Soon your baby will let you know, "It's time!" If necessary, your doctor will have a point at which he or she will make the decision to induce labor, so there's no danger. Best of luck to you. Don't worry about it. There simply aren't any formulas. I never had any Braxton Hicks contractions that I was aware of, and was 7 cm dilated when I went to see my doctor, who thought I'd deliver that afternoon. In reality, I didn't go into labor for another week--which was one week past my due date. Soon your baby will let you know, "It's time!" If necessary, your doctor will have a point at which he or she will make the decision to induce labor, so there's no danger. Best of luck to you.
Yes, it hurts. The contractions (the feeling when your muscles contract to push the baby out) are painful, and so is giving birth, as the baby is large. it will also hurt afterwards for a week or two as you will be very sore
when you start feeling pelvic pressure and your contractions are that regular, that usually means that you're in true labor and you need to call your doctor to let him know and he will tell you what to do from there. hope this answer helped, good luck and congratulations!!!
It is for me! With both of mine I had no "front" contractions only back ones. It started as a low dull backache and quickly turned into feeling like something was trying to break out from back there.
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We can only guess here so you need to call the hospital and hear what the people there say since they are the ones delivering you.
Premature labor has the same symptoms or signs of any labor. Often a nagging back ache is the only sign, other women may have lower abdominal cramps and pressure.Fluid leaking or gushing from the vagina, regular time-able contractions, a feeling of tightness without real pain - where you can feel your uterus (tummy) feel as hard as a rock, soften and harden again.Feeling pressure on your bladder or rectum (feeling like you have to go to the bathroom), diarrhea, bloody show or just feeling very low pressure against your vagina or perineum.If you are having time-able contractions without leaking fluid - drink a large quantity of liquids - juice, water, non caffeinated soda. (Being dehydrated or having low blood sugar, can cause contractions) Change activities, if you are up on your feet, lie down with your feet up - sit and relax. But get off your feet.If this does not make the symptoms go away (and stay away) or you have had prior premature contractions / childbirth, follow your doctors instructions for early labor.If you had a large gush of fluid or constant leak of fluid with or without the other signs or if you are having any of the symptoms with enough pain that you cannot sleep through the contractions - call your doctor ASAP! Note the color of the leaking fluid. It should be clear or maybe pinkish, note if there is bright red blood or green tinged waters as this maybe a sign of fetal distress.Always call your doctor or midwife if you even suspect early labor.
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