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Ugh, I feel like her head is "right there", even though it's not (at least it wasn't as of Monday). I've been getting shooting pains in my vag area and it's awful. It makes me jump every time I get them.
As of last thursday at 37w2d I was 70% effaced and 1 "good" cm dilated. She didn't mention a station and said that the baby's head was "still bobbing a little". I assume that means she's not engaged, but baby has been in roughly the same place - head down, face towards my back since my 20 week ultrasound. I guess she just got comfy and stayed there. Haha.
No clue. I am behind everyone at 34 weeks 3 days. I won't be getting an exam until 36 weeks appointment, getting the test then....can't think of name having a brain fart lol, the swab, and not sure about after that. Sound like my midwife don't check unless needed.
But having weelky ultrasounds and NST so will see what tmr brings.
Yesterday when I had my super trip to L&D, I was 35 wks 4 days. I was only a fingertip dilated and 50% effaced. I don't remember if she said baby was station +2 or -2... so pretty big difference and I can't remember which she said. She did tell me she didn't think I would go too far past 37 weeks, so we'll see.
All I know is I'm still pregnant. I don't really think cervical checks tell you anything so I won't have any done until we get close to 42 weeks and have to start discussing whether or not my cervix is favorable for a catheter. I doubt I'll get that far...fingers crossed!