It can take up to 48 hours and is sucessful 50% of the time , and in some cases does not work at all , with my last pregnancy I had two failed attempts but fingers crossed it will work for you. Good Luck I agree
Cervical measurements vary greatly, but a normal second trimester cervix is usually between 3 and 4 cm long (30-40 mm) If your cervix is less than 25 mm in length at 18-22 weeks, you are at higher risk for pre-term labor, pre-term delivery and incompetent cervix. Usually your doctor will recommend serial cervical measurements via transvaginal ultrasound if your cervix is found to be shorter than normal or if you have conditions that put you at higher risk for incompetent cervix and/or pre-term labor. Examples would previous second trimester miscarriage, previous pre-term labor and/or delivery, previous cervical surgery and multiple gestation.
True labor will not usually stop. Labor that stops is, by definition, false labor. False labor is common, especially in a second or third (or fourth, etc.) pregnancy. These contractions, however, are useful in that they help prepare the cervix for labor by softening it, thinning it out, and dilating it. First time moms often begin labor with a long, closed and thick cervix; women who've had a baby before will usually have a softened, somewhat dilated cervix when they start. It's hard to predict when any woman will go into labor. Contractions may be off and on for days before real labor begins. Eat, stay hydrated, and get as much rest as you can until it does.
The term womb drop actually is inaccurate. What actually happens is the baby drops further down in the womb. His head becomes engaged in the pelvis which means his head is pressing against the cervix, or the doctor/midwife will say the head is applied against the cervix. In a first pregnancy this can happen a couple weeks before the baby is due. But it is exciting. it means everything is working and the time is getting close. A woman who has already had a baby, sometimes doesn't "drop" until right around the time she goes into labor, or is in labor.
A meter and test strips. You can get them at most drugstores. The meters are pretty cheap and last a long time; the money's in the strips (kind of like Barbie clothes). Many insurance plans will help with the costs, but you need a prescription from your doctor. (If you just wished to check yourself out of curiousity, the meters usually come with a few strips.)
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