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When you are pregnant how long after your cervix has softened will you start to dilate?

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Some women will still go another 2-4 more weeks, some will start labor sooner. Any comments?

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  1. Rena says:

    Sep 2, 2008 What would you like to ask? Could be uncomfortable depending on if your cervix is high and may start to check your cervix to see if you are dilating or if your cervix is By the end of pregnancy, most moms-to-be have had at least one This means that your cervix has softened (a cervix typically feels

  2. Emelia says:

    39 weeks pregnant cervix not softened? I’m 39 weeks pregnant and saw my membranes to try to my doctor today, he was going to strip help labor along if my cervix was softened b

  3. Sanora says:

    That is such a hard question to answer, it could be right away or it could be weeks away. Every person is so different. With my 3rd child at 37 weeks I was 6cm dilated and 90% effaced and at a +2 station. That is hard active labor for most … More:http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100211152931AAXd8ZW

  4. Maryann says:

    It is impossible to really say. The thinning and softening of the cervix along with dilation to about 4 cm is the first stage of labor. It can be hours, days, or even weeks before active labor begins. With my 3rd baby I was effaced and dila… More:http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080717101448AAf99C0

  5. Julene says:

    It differs in everyone. That’s why it’s not considered a good sign of pregnancy. Some people it’s right away and some it takes weeks. Puls, some people’s change many times throughout your cycle! More:http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070706150919AA0GJpd

  6. Narcisa says:

    Get personalized info about your pregnancy by telling us your due date. . While initial uterine contractions efface (or soften) and dilate the cervix a bit, these contractions But when your due date has come and gone, you’ll long for something to .. After daughter’s drinking death, mother tells teens: Look out for each other

  7. Brittany says:

    For months, your baby has grown safely in your womb and now your body begins changes, preparing for the transition from pregnancy to the delivery of your baby. In order for you give birth your cervix, the opening to your uterus, must dilate of hours or longer and during this phase, your cervix will continue to dilate. Detail:http://www.ehow.com/about_4699584_pregnancy-dilation-stages.html

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