03-03-2014, 11:33 AM
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Teehee, whatever you call it it's all your body's way of preparing for baby to arrive. It's all normal, all real, and all a necessary part of bringing baby into the world. *hugs*
I've known people to walk around dilated, effaced, even with water broken - for days (or longer!) before baby was ready to arrive (if your water breaks, go right in :))
Doctors have been trying for a very long time to set a clock to the labor and delivery process, and they have yet to accomplish it. >.<
She's coming! Soon!!! This, we know for sure! <3
If you're worried, go get checked out again - it won't be the first time a new momma's been nervous or unsure.
You're very close - there is no doubt about that. It's their job to make sure you're okay. Make 'em work!
Rest up, Flint -do your best to relax.
Try not to fight through the pain, don't try to escape it, don't tense up.
Relax into it, and things will progress more quickly for you. . .
. . . use your breathing techniques to help with this.
Last edited by Chesh; 03-03-2014 at 11:39 AM..