The actual uterus is amazing because the muscle fibers go horizontal, and they actually go lengthwise too. So when they contract they are pushing down the fundus is the top of the uterus, it’s pushing down on that baby and it’s actually also pulling up on the cervix. So we have this feeling inside of your body. So the muscle fibers that actually go side to side, have an intent and purpose to it as well, but it’s actually those muscle fibers can, can be integrated when there is fear, um, and the mom’s body, so adrenaline can cause those muscle fibers to contract, which typically a mom will have regular contractions and if her cervix is tightening on the, at the bottom part of it, then she’s not opening, but she’s feeling the intensity of the pressure and that’s when we have people who get that stuck, right? So, failure to progress can sometimes be a reason for the contraction pattern to feel like it’s efficient but not really opening the cervix yet. So we really want both of those muscles to work to set different opportunities.