Labor is a series of nonstop, progressive condensation of the uterus that help the cervix dilate and abolish (thin out). This lets the fetus move through the birth conduit. Labor generally starts two weeks before or after the estimated date of delivery. Still, the exact detector for the onset of labor is unknown.
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