No, once you have dialated your cervix will not close.
Most likely they're "Braxton Hicks contractions" which are kind of like "practice" contractions. Especially if they stop if you change positions or move around a bit. Either way, it's a good idea to talk to a doctor about them, especially if these contractions hurt and/or don't go away.
Yes, this is very normal after having a miscarriage. It can take several months for your body to get back to normal.
It is NOT normal to give birth at 6 weeks.
Yes, it's very normal. It should stop soon
I don't think so; but talk to your vet!
contractions, start, stop (length)
When the dog stop her contractions and stop huffing and puffing and starts to relax.
I'm having my first one now. It has been two weeks and is still going strong.
Absolutely. It may have a few involuntary contractions, but without a connection to the brain, it will stop.
wear long sleeves. please stay strong and try to get help so you can stop cutting. im trying to stop right now and im 2 weeks clean.
yes, they do bleed, but it gets gradually lighter until they will stop all together. My dog took 2 1/2 weeks to stop bleeding completely. yes, they do bleed, but it gets gradually lighter until they will stop all together. My dog took 2 1/2 weeks to stop bleeding completely.
The clonic phase consists of muscular contractions with alternating periods of no movements (muscle atonia) of gradually increasing duration until abnormal muscular contractions stop.
Braxton Hicks Contractions are - at the beginning of pregnancy - painless little movements of your baby in your uterus. Although, once you hit about 37 weeks, they are horrible. They are often confused with labor contractions. They become rhythmic and feel like they don't stop. They can be uncomfortable, but they can dilate you. They get their name from an English doctor named John Braxton Hicks who first diagnosed them in 1872.
Neither. Apostrophes are used to make nouns possessive and to form contractions.
Is it normal to start your period and stop the same day
no it is impossible unless you die at 20 weeks
It won't be a "period" but bleeding. If it's lighter than normal it's perfectly fine and normal for about 1/9 women. At six weeks or less your body may not have enough hormonal changes to stop bleeding every month. if this happens to you, contact your doctor and have a chat about it.
If your dog is in labor, she will be very uncomfortable, she will stop eating, she will be laying down and having contractions.
It'll take about 2 or so weeks for it to return to normal. Exercising can help speed it up to about a 1-week recovery period, though.
bleeding after birthif you are brest feeding you wont bleed at all until after you stop.
After you stop the pill, normal fertility will resume in 2-4 weeks, so you can get pregnant in the first month after stopping the pill.