Does checking for dialation hurt?
Can I turn it down?
If movements are suddenly much stronger and more visible could that mean I lost some amniotic fluid?
Guess that was three..
Yes, you can, and should turn down being checked for dilation until you're in labor. It does hurt, and getting checked does more harm than good.
It shouldn't hurt but it can be uncomfortable.
Yes you can refuse it no reason to check until you are in labor
Not necessarily baby could just be in a different position
It can hurt. And you can refuse. I refused.
Yes it hurts, you can turn it down. No it could mean baby is getting bigger different position.
It never hurt me. You can refuse it. Stronger, more visible movements could just mean baby is in a different position.
It never hurt with my first, and it hurts like a b***h this time. Just depends.
You can refuse it. Alot of people do because it increases risk of infection, and it really doesnt mean anything anyways.
Nope. Just means your feeling stronger movements :)