Which Are Common And Which Aren’t?

Melissa Conrad Stöppler, MD, is a U.S. board-certified Anatomic Pathologist with subspecialty training in the fields of Experimental and Molecular Pathology. The recent ones that stand out in my mind are: A woman with an OP baby whose contractions never got closer than 5 minutes apart and were mostly 7-10 minutes apart. After a few weeks had passed, C. came to our house for a postpartum visit which is part of their protocol.contractions

If the contractions do not last for long and the interval between each one is long enough (20-30 minutes) the childbirth is not likely to happen soon. I’m 39 weeks pregnant with my first child and so far, I thought I had only been having BH contractions. Weeks before my due date, I panicked, terrified of having our baby at the hospital.contractions

Again CTG machines, like midwives can only tell you how often contractions are occurring and …

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