Infomama, Pregnancy & Childbirth

Effacement, Pelvic Station, Dilation

Inside the mom’s womb The three areas which are interconnected when you’re having your baby. Bladder – In the picture above the baby is sitting directly on the mother’s urinary bladder (the yellow area).  The pressure of the baby’s weight on mom’s bladder is the reason why pregnant moms frequent the bathroom especially at night. Vagina – Sheri described it as elastic, …

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Infomama, Pregnancy & Childbirth

Six Preliminary Signs of Labor

There are six preliminary signs of labor. These are the signs that your body is preparing for labor. Six signs that you do not need to call your doctor about. These are signs that informs the mother that her body is progressing. 1. Braxton Hicks Contractions The tightening around the belly. Practice contraction. Usually last for 30 seconds. Sometimes they’re …

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