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 How far does a woman need to dilate to give birth?

Answer dilate for birth The cervix is fully dilated when it has opened 10cm. During labour, it's important you don't start pushing before you are fully dilated, because there will be a danger of tearing t... Read More »
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How does a virgin woman give birth and dilate?

Unless your name is Mary, it's highly unlikely you are a pregnant virgin. BUT, that's not the point.If you have never been sexually penetrated but are pregnant, you can, and will, still give birth ... Read More »
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Why do woman give birth?

because if they dont, it will look like you are a fat lady.
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Why does a woman have to give birth?

The option would be to stay pregnant forever, not a viable solution for the baby or mother. After 40 to 42 weeks, the placenta and umbilical cord become less effective and the baby would start loos... Read More »
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Is it possible for a woman to give birth completely alone?

It is possible, but not recommended. A woman's body will tell her what to do (ie: push) when it is the right time.
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