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Originally Posted by Greaseball
What do you mean by "never?"
Usually, when people say the baby never dropped or the cervix never dilated, they mean it did not happen in the amount of time the mother was "allowed." If it never happened, that poor woman would still be in labor.
How do they know she would not have dilated in another hour or two? As long as there is no fetal distress, why not just let it continue?
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