Cervical dilation in latent labor is from 0 to 6 centimeters and the dilation is gradual. During the active phase of labor, your cervix will dilate more rapidly. Second stage: This is when you push your baby through the birth canal. Third stage: This ends with the delivery of the placenta, also called afterbirth.
The correct answer would be lower birth weight. Typically teenager mothers and older mothers are at a higher risk of delivering low-birth weight babies than mothers aged 20 to 34 years. In addition older fathers, being 45 and older, tend to also bring health risks to their children including premature babies and again low birth weight.