Lou - thats normal for the base line isn't it...... that would have been picking up uterine movements from your breathing, general movements and babies movements, but there were would not have been any uterine contractions if it were at those levels....??? is that right...?
the numbers are the percentages lol sorry for confuzzlin you
so, like i said, over 25 for a true contraction (mild) and mine were at 85 before i went to labour suite (and i was 5cm dilated).
when i had to go into hospital on friday night my reading was 150 and i couldn't really feel a thing.
150? You sure that wasn't something else? Like HB?
no the babies HB was from 135 - 165 the 150 was deffo the uterine contractions. The MW even asked if i could feel anything. When i said brax hix she laughed and couldn't believe i wasn't in any pain. They stared off every 7 mins, then progressed to every 5 mins.
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