Im 38 weeks pregnant what should you do to go into labor?
I've tried it all... my #1 recommendation is walking. Lots of walking! Castor oil only messes you up, sex can soften the cervix, but walking helps everything right along :)
relax and let nature take its course,38 weeks is not to early to go into labor Read More
Go for a walk or drive - it worked for me! Read More
Severe leg pain around 38 weeks of pregnancy is not a sign of labor. Some signs of labor would include regular contractions, water breaking and pressure in the pubis. If leg pain continues, even when pointing and flexing your toes to relieve the pain, the a doctor should be notified. Read More
A pregnancy is 40 weeks and no one knows when they will go into labor. It can happen fast or slow. Read More
you should go on homebound when your pregnet at 38 weeks Read More
You don't say how far along you are. These could be signs of labor. You should check with your doctor if you are less than 38 weeks. If you are 38 weeks or more, now is a good time to pack your bags and get anything last minute accomplished. Read More
If you are 38 weeks pregnant 1 cm dilated and 90 effaced At your last Dr apt you were 1 cm dilated and 50 effaced how soon should it be before you go into labor?
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I heard it can i was wondering if it can im 38 weeks pregnant now and im about to try it out lol Read More
About 38 weeks prior to that. A pregnancy takes 40 weeks. Read More
Human babies are born about nine months (38 weeks) after conception, normally when the pregnant mother goes through labor, or childbirth. Read More
At 38 weeks pregnant how soon can active labor start when you are 4 cm dilated and effaced 90 percent?
Any time now. Good Luck. Read More
What can cause vaginal bleeding at 38 weeks pregnant after my Doctor checked to see how far along I was dilated?
Irritation from the doctors figures checking the cervix, or your in labor. Read More
What if you are in school and you are 30 weeks pregnant should you go on bedrest if you are having severe hip pain?
SEE YOUR DOCTOR. 38 weeks is full term. Read More
Check with your doctor, but as long as you have not passed your plug, you should be good to go. Read More
Im 35 weeks pregnant ive been 2cm dialated for almost 2 weeks and you want to induce your labor is it a good idea to induce your labor by having sex or how should you induce your labor?
sex and walking is good try squats and stairs but i would wait till you are at least 38 weeks, just so make sure your babys lungs are fully developed p.s. i have herd male sperm helps soften the cervics Read More
I am 38 weeks pregnant 2 centimeters dialted and 25 percent effaced how do I induce with castor oil?
Castor oil is a laxative not used to induct labor. As the labor progresses and contraction becomes strong cervical dilatation will increase. Read More
Xanax (generic is Alprazolam) should not be taken during pregnancy or when breast feeding. Read More
Between 37 and 42 weeks a typical pregnancy is 38 weeks. Read More
Im 38 weeks pregnant and im having really bad back pain and pelvis pain and also had clear mucus discharge What is going on?
could be signs that labor is near or you may have a slight infection but more than likely its labor Read More
You are considered full term at 37+ weeks (after your last period) and may go into labor anytime. If you are still pregnant at 40 weeks your doctor will assess you and decide if they think you will need to be induced. Some women are pregnant for 42 weeks and have to be induced. The average pregnancy goes 40 weeks after the last period, or 38 weeks after conception. Read More
36-38 cms usually 36-38 cms usually Read More
38 weeks pregnant having irregular bad cramp-like pains increased discharge sore back can i be getting ready for labor?
It can be that you are in labor, regular contractions increasing in frequency, severity and interval , pain radiating from up to back and lower abdomen is a sign of true labor. Read More
I am 38 years old and I am 6 weeks pregnant my doctors office doesn't want me to see my doctor until I am 10 weeks is that too long?
If I were 38 years old and pregnant and my doctor wanted to wait until I was 10 weeks pregnant to examine me (or at least talk to me), I would get a new doctor. Read More
A normal pregnancy lasts 40 weeks but has a window of 2 weeks on either side for it to be considered full term (38 -42 weeks). A baby born before 38 weeks would be considered premature. Read More
40 weeks fromthe start of the last period, 38 weeks from conception. Read More
That depends on how many other children you have. If this is your 1st or 2nd baby then you will probably deliver within a few hours to a day but if you have more children then you could be dilated to 4cm for 1-2 weeks before going into labor. Read More
I am 38 weeks and had sweep yesterday at half 3 and still no sign of baby. Read More
what would put you in labour im 38 weeks? Read More
A woman is pregnant for 38-40 weeks. Read More
38-40 weeks previous. Read More
38-40 weeks it differs. Some go till 42 weeks at that point they usually enduce labor Read More
Well you can but if you get seasick there's no medicine to take for it since you are pregnant. And you can go into labor from week 38. Read More
at about 38 weeks Read More
At 38 weeks of pregnancy, the fetus is fully-grown and should have no difficulty surviving outside the uterus. There are good reasons for inducing labor. One of the most common is to avoid difficulty during the newborn's passage through the mother's pelvis. A large baby attempting to exit a relatively small pelvis may get stuck (a condition known as CPD - cephalopelvic disproportion), causing complications that may result in an emergency cesarean section ("C-section") or… Read More
A normal pregnancy lasts 38-40 weeks. Starting at 37 weeks is not too much to worry about - lots and lots of babies come early. Read More
You might have an infection. You need to speak to your doctor ASAP Read More
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The average pregnancy lasts for about 40 weeks (after the last period or 38 weeks after conception). The average fertility rate is 2.58 children per woman. So, the average woman is pregnant for about 103 weeks of her life. Read More
When will you go into labor if you are 35 weeks and 6 days pregnant and dilated 4 cm and having mild cramps?
I canot tell without a crystal ball, which I do not own. Normal geststion is 40 weeks, you really don't want to have your baby early even though everyone is very tired of being pregnant by this stage of pregnancy. The last four weeks of your pregnancy may be the longest month of your life! Be patient and don't do anyhting to try to "induce" labor, nature has it all figured out and usually the… Read More
Call your obstetrician's office first, unless they provided other parameters in advance. They will likely want to know what the timing is between cramps and they will advise you about when to head to the hospital. Labor doesn't always start with the water breaking. For me, labor lasted only 6 hours and the doctor had to break the water both times. Read More
My girlfriend says YES probably, your at term....get ready maybe u'll lose the water....so you can go to the hospital as soon as poosible Read More
Im 38 weeks pregnant your babys head is 1 third engaged and im 1cm dilated and the cervix is very soft when will labor begin?
Nothing is certain in pregnancy and birth. You best advice will come from the medical people who are overseeing your birth. Read More
A normal pregnancy can last anywhere from 38 weeks to 42 weeks so around 9-10 months. Read More
A ferret pregnancy lasts for 38-42 days (6 weeks) Read More
I dont know the percentage but at least the baby is already term. Read More
Vinegar will not induce labor. Please don't think about inducing pre-term labor. There's a reason why elective inductions before 38 weeks are such a controversy now. Contact your prenatal health care provider to discuss your concerns and the reasons that you want to go into labor preterm. Read More