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You are almost 37 weeks and your due date is May 13Th you went to the doctor today and he said you were dilated 2cm and that there was definitly a head down there how long before you go into labor?

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2011-09-13 19:02:46
2011-09-13 19:02:46

Well, they told me the same thing. I didn't go into labor until two weeks later. It just depends on how well YOUR labor goes.

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