I have been sitting here for the past hour with contractions from 2:45-3:25 minutes apart and between 45-60 seconds long and wondering if it's the real deal. I have had braxton hicks bad for the last two weeks and so I can't help but wonder if Thats all these are. They do make me go, "ow, ow, ow, ow, ow" and want to curl in a ball but still I can talk, walk and breath! I had my membranes stripped so they could possibly just be painful braxton hicks from that.......what to do, what to do? My husband is sleeping like a baby and all I want to do is strangle him, haha!
Sounds very promising! I have also been up since just before 6 with some excellent crampy feelings, but the only problem is I can really work out if there's a pattern or its constant - I too have had BHs and false starts since Saturday so TBH I've just had Prune Juice and hot tea to try and make sure it isn't just wind!!
My hubby is also fast asleep, if this isn't it for me then he has a 12-13 hour day ahead of him so don't want to wake unless I'm sure.
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