what makes waters break, and how does the body know to go into labour??
the title says it all, my waters went 1st with my daughter, but why????
does the bag get too full or does it get weak ?? how does the body know when to go into labour after 9 months?
is it one of them answers where you say shut up helen it just knows what to do,
just one of those random questions i'd ask here but not to anyone else.
my friends are immune to my random questions and tell me to shuttup.
they are still laughing at me after asking if male fish have testicles, didnt get an answer to tha either
and after asking does the euro tunnel stop off at isle of whight .
I've got a higher risk of going into preterm labour because I have a large fibriod (20cms) on my uterus. The specialist told me that because the fibriod is taking up quite a bit of room in there, my body may decide that the baby is big enough to be born, even if it's early. I would assume that it's the same sort of thing with regards to multiple births as well. So perhaps babys size has something to do with when the body knows to go into labour as well? Although some babies are born tiny and others are born huge - so who knows?!?! Whew! I'm just glad our bodies know what to do by themselves!
I think you go into labour when brain receptors tell your uterus you dont have enough energy and fat stores to continue nourishing the baby and mummy so hormones start getting produced and contractions start trying to push baby out!
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