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... ou have already been through a pregnancy so your body tends to do things a little faster than with your first. I do not think that it means you have dropped too early at all. You did have an early baby so It sounds like the doctors are watching for that again. I'd try not to let it bother you too much. ... (8 replies)
... Your baby drops into the birth canal when you are in the 3rd phase of labor when your cervix is completely effaced or paper thin and your cervix is 8-10 cm dilated. Duration last from 30 minutes to 2 hours esp for first time mothers. This is the hardest phase but the shortest. First you go to early stage of labor that last 8-12 hours when you are 3cm dilated then to active... (1 replies)
... I am almost 32 weeks. Is it possible for the baby to drop this early? ... (5 replies)

... Anyone have a baby drop before 30 weeks and still carry to term or have the baby move out of the pelvis for a while before dropping again? ... (4 replies)
... Hi everyone! I'm 31 weeks and I feel like my baby has already dropped. Is it too early to drop? ... (3 replies)
... timers is they want to see the baby fully engaged, or well on it's way to being engaged by Week 36. This does not necessarily mean you will deliver early, or even on time... ... (2 replies)
Baby Dropped
Jan 13, 2005
... the hormone that is released when the baby is saying "I WANT OUT". If it is present, it means baby is likely coming in the next few weeks. ... (8 replies)
... elvic area, you'll know when it happens because you'll find less pressure on your chest, hopefully easier to breath and you'll need to pee a lot more because the baby will put extra pressure on your bladder. ... (2 replies)
... that is exactly how i feel which tells me my baby has definetly dropped. you said it usually happens a few weeks before you give birth. to me a few weeks is 2 weeks. hopefully you mean more than that? ... (8 replies)
... Dropping or lightening refers to when the baby descends into the pelvic area. Usually a few weeks before birth the head becomes engaged in the pelvis. ... (8 replies)
... I know it's been a while, but wanted to update everyone as to where i'm at. My husband and I found out last Thursday that my beta levels had actually started to drop instead of increase. On Friday, we had an ultra sound to make sure it wasn't an eptopic pregnancy. ... (11 replies)
... I am 33 wks pregnant with my third child. My mother told me that the baby has dropped. I have noticed a lot of pelvic pressure and the baby has been hitting and scratching at me down there. He has been head down since I was about 28 wks. Will I go into labor early? ... (0 replies)
... i am 32 weeks and i was just wondering when is the earliest a baby can drop. ... (1 replies)
... This started happening about 2 weeks ago, 33 weeks! I thought that was a tad early to drop, but who knows. ... (5 replies)
... c needs or does not need a surgery type operation. We hope that it will drop easily. Is it like that? ... (4 replies)
... d call labor and delivery and see what they say. They might want you to go in and get checked just to make sure. And just remember every woman is different some drop early and have their multiples early and some later. Just all depends on your body and the baby. ... (8 replies)
... Did you go into labor early with your first? ... (8 replies)
... This whole pregnancy I have been carrying this baby very low. Sitting is uncomfortable and bending over in any way is impossible and getting out of bed is a show to watch. ... (3 replies)
... lb baby in there. ... (173 replies)
... With my ds I had an internal after my strep B test at about 34 weeks. The baby was head down then and in my pelvis and I too was told to take it bp was also a bit high. ... (3 replies)

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