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What To Do When You Go Into Labor At Full Ter

If this is your first pregnancy, you may call me after your labor has started and your contractions are 5 minutes apart for at least two hours lasting at about 60-90 seconds per contraction.
If this is not your first pregnancy, you may call me after your labor has started  and your contractions are 5-6 minutes apart for one hour lasting at about 50-60 seconds per contraction and then go to the hospital. 

Also, call me if you have noticed that your membrane (amniotic sac) has ruptured, if you have heavy vaginal bleeding, severe headaches, not feeling movements from the baby, or if there may be any concern about any conditions. If your call has not been answered within 15 minutes, please call again and mention that the nature of your call is an emergency. If 15 minutes has passed again (from the second call) and you have not received a phone call back, you may proceed to the labor and delivery room at North Shore University Hospital.

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