Baby S Dropped

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Lisa M - November 17

im 35 weeks into pregnancy and doctor told me yesterday that baby has dropped. do you know an estimate time I could go into labour? or how long is most common after baby has dropped in most women?

 

Christine - November 17

The baby can drop way before you go into labor...I do think it is a def sign that it will begin naturally within the next few weeks...good luck...

 

Jamie - October 19

I heard that if it is your second pregnancy, after the baby drops it's usually 2 to 3 days until you go into labor.

 

sian - October 20

in my 1st pregnancy my baby had dropped at least 5-6 weeks before my due date.i ended up being induced 4 days after my due date so theres no definate answer.this is my 3rd pregnancy and have been told that head wont engage until labour, but this babys head has been engaged since 32 weeks and im now 2 days away from due date.

 

another lisa - October 20

im 2 days off my due date and only 1/5th of head is engaged, they said baby is small so its comming in and out, they dont see it as a prob as my pelvis is big enough, this is my first, but its more usual to drop at 36 weeks for 1st but it depends on your body, doesnt bear any relation to when you will give birth

 

Kathryn - November 9

My 1st didn't drop until I was in labor and my water broke. They practically delivered my baby within a few minutes of that. It was kind of like he just came out with my water breaking. I am 32 weeks with my 2nd and she is breech. I don't think they drop when they are breech. Does anyone know?

 

Q - November 9

When the baby drop is that when you start to feel pressure and pain in your lower back and v____a?

 

MN - November 10

You can have plenty of pain and pressure even before the baby drops, sometimes they are real low.

 

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