YOu won't know all you can do is stay hydrated and go for a walk. Walking speeds up the process. Or try some old wives tales like eating spicy food. Your body will know when it the best time. Some people pop at 37 weeks, that is there done time. It can take days to weeks. It just depends on how your body dialates. I was in labor for 37 hours fully effaced and only dialated to three cm. with my first child. I ended up with a c-section. It wasn't to bad just as painful as labor. GOOD LUCK
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This means your cervix is open 1 cm (you need to dilate to 10 cms to birth the baby). Your cervix is 80% effaced which means it is getting very thin -- you need to be 100% effaced. -1 refers to where baby is in relation to the coccyx (tailbone or "spines"). There are "stations" for baby's position. To give birth, you need to be 10cms dilated, 100% effaced and baby needs to be at at least +2 station.
you have to go from 0 station all the way to 10 centimeters 2 persent or 1 percent effaced
If you are -1, you ARE in labor. Contact a doctor ASAP.
*80% effaced and -2cm station.
usually not. more likely to in this circumstance if one is having contractions now and then and if it is a first baby.
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That is the correct spelling of "station" to mean a boarding areas for trains or buses, or an assigned position.
It just depends on the person. There are so many factors to consider when estimating birthing times. Sorry.
I'm sure you hate hearing people say this, but there is no way to determine how far off labour is by these statistics. As you may well know, dilation refers to the cervical opening, effacement to thinning, and station to the presentation of the baby to the pelvis or nearing the cervix (from -5 to +5, while some physicians use -3 to +3 scale). The cervix has to be 100% thin or effaced, 10 cm dilated and the baby's head engaged before delivery can occur. You are half way through the effacement stage, not very dilated at all and your station indicates that your little one is still floating around ABOVE the pelvis, thus not yet engaged. Not to disappoint you, but labour could be weeks away for you. I am 38 weeks, have been 90% effaced and 3 cm dilated with baby engaged to +1 station for two weeks now- and no baby yet!!! Furthermore, my doctor is talking about inducing in another week if labour does not progress more. Hang in there. You still have some time left!
Just that the baby is getting ready for the big day...that's all (good sign if you are 36 weeks or over)...don't worry, just take it easy and rest as much as possible.
Same situation here! But just to let you know hun, it may be tomar, a week, or all the till your 40 weeks, and have to be induced. Every womens body is different. I have been effaced, and dilated since 30 weeks, and here I am 2 and 80 at 36...Hang in there! It maybe a lot longer. Baby Girl
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Could be hours to days to weeks. Everyone is different. You will probably start active labor within 24 hours. There is no stopping labor at this point.
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Im pregnant with my sixth baby. I was 3 centimeters dilated and 80% effaced -1 station at my 37th week appt. I just had my 38 week appt and the doctor said im 3-4 centimeters now and 90% effaced!!! I feel like ive been pregnant for 10 years... The process just takes forever.. Unfortanetley I have come to the realization that labor starts when its ready... There is nothing you can do to make it happen before your baby is ready... Its frustrating but you will get over it!!
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My daughter was just told this yesterday and her doctor said that she expects the baby in no more than 10 days. So while all women are different, labor could begin around 10 days.
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