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Sorry to add another post about this, but I was checked today and I was 1-2cm dilated and my cervix was VERY soft (I bled immediately when checked). At 37 weeks your considered full-term, so as long as you make it a few more days there is nothing to worry about. There's no way of telling what's going to happen, every woman and pregnancy is different, but just take it easy if you're worried.
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In case of trademark issues please contact the domain owner directly (contact information can be found in whois). I think it's best not to have the checks (just say you don't consent and don't take off your pants) and not to have the worry.
I would consider yourself lucky that you labor will be that much further along when it starts.
37 weeks is considered full term, so baby is okay to come at full term if baby is ready to come. Also, every time your doctor goes up in there, they are possibly introducing bacteria and also could potentially break your water.


From what I know, while this is not the rule for all FTMs, many do go into labor on their due date or passed it.



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