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Second DC 2/5ths engaged at 36 weeks, early labour or meaningless?

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LeninGrad Wed 08-Jul-09 22:21:07

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Hassled Wed 08-Jul-09 22:50:45

I think it's fine/normal - I'm sure all my DCs were at the engaged stage for bloody ages before anything happened. Certainly with No 4 I was engaged and uncomfortable for at least a couple of weeks.

LeninGrad Thu 09-Jul-09 08:38:36

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LeninGrad Thu 09-Jul-09 14:42:43

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LeninGrad Thu 09-Jul-09 22:21:03

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smartiejake Thu 09-Jul-09 22:28:54

Both of mine engaged at around 36 weeks and they spent the last 4 weeks tapdancing on my bladder! (DD1 arrived the day before her due date and DD2 on her due date!)

WizzyWoo Thu 09-Jul-09 22:39:05

My DD was engaged at 35 weeks and then the little tinker had to be persuaded out at 42 weeks when I was induced... hmm

ShowOfHands Thu 09-Jul-09 22:43:19

DD fully engaged at 31 weeks, born 8 weeks later. Midwife said it was of no significance. Obviously, she was right.

LeninGrad Thu 09-Jul-09 23:08:29

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MustHaveaVeryShortMemory Fri 10-Jul-09 10:42:34

Mine has been engaged since about 34 weeks still waiting (38 weeks now). Midwife said it could stay like that for ages. I think it has probably moved in and out a bit. At least its headed in the right direction...

Hawkmoth Fri 10-Jul-09 20:21:27

My friend's second was engaged from about 36 weeks and she didn't arrive until 41 by ELCS.

I'm 35 weeks. Baby keeps bobbing up and down and am 1cm dilated. I doubt anything will happen though! It's just a cruel tease!

2HotCrossBunsAnd1InTheOven Fri 10-Jul-09 20:39:56

My DC2 was engaged from around 34 weeks (I think, can't really remember!). Born at 39 weeks. Am 37 weeks now and this one has been 1/5 since 33 weeks. Sorry but all I think it means is at least the baby is heading in the right direction and nothing more...

LeninGrad Sat 11-Jul-09 16:20:34

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