No - not at all. You will begin to dilate around 36 weeks and you can go 6 weeks without dilating any further. Most women are 1-2 cm dilated for the last weeks of their pregnancy. I really don't know why the doctors tell you this - it just means you worry. If you get to 4cm dilated it probably means you will go into labour soon.
The dilation of a woman's vagina occurs when she is in labor. It will dilate up to 10 centimeters when she is ready to deliver.
We will deliver your new sofa this afternoon.I used to deliver newspapers.
it DOES deliver!!
Your cervix must dilate (open up) to 10 centimeters before you can essentially, 'push' the baby out. So half a cm is good progress, though it seems a bit early at 29 weeks? 75% effaced: you have to be 100% effaced (thinned out) for the cervix to fully dilate & ready to deliver the baby. So you're just about finished there.
they will deliver it next week.Stand and deliver, your goods or your life.
No, the word 'deliver' is a verb (deliver, delivers, delivering, delivered).The abstract noun form of the verb to deliver is delivery.
how you deliver oration?
It can deliver a membership pack.
Deliver is a verb.
No, McDonald's does not deliver.
schwans.com they deliver meals and they are easy and ready to go and they accept ebt and deliver
Yes the word deliver has a stressed syllable. Deliver is stressed on the second syllable.
you will deliver at 10cm dialated
Deliver is present tense.
No surgeons do not deliver babys
Yes at most locations, they deliver.
Yes subway does deliver.
to deliver has a wide variety of translations, depending on context. For example: to deliver a baby = yalad (×™×œ×“) to deliver a message = masar (×ž×¡×¨) to deliver people from danger = ga'al (×’××œ) and many more.
midwifes deliver babies, and OB-GYNS!
yes, it can deliver in yoour county
Stand or deliver! Stand and deliver!
Delivered is the past tense of deliver.