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Old Sep 3rd, 2013, 11:22 AM   31
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Hi, just wondered if anyone could help?..... OH and I dtd last night and about half an hr I started getting painful regular contractions, app 2 mins apart and lasting 20secs. They were pretty painful when I was lying down, plus they made me want to wee & poo. They then eased to being uncomfortable when I got up but became painful again when I lay down. They eventually stopped about 2 hrs later and I managed to sleep.

Today I've had more BH than usual but they have not been painful, just uncomfortable.

What do you think?

I am 32 weeks and my son was born at 36 weeks for reason unknown x
How many more BH are you having, and are they regular?



 
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Old Sep 3rd, 2013, 15:47 PM   32
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Ive been having them all day, pretty regular. Ive tried drinking lots and changing positions or being active but theyre always there. Theyve started to become crampy again this evening but nothing like last night. More on one side now x



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Old Sep 3rd, 2013, 18:05 PM   33
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Ive been having them all day, pretty regular. Ive tried drinking lots and changing positions or being active but theyre always there. Theyve started to become crampy again this evening but nothing like last night. More on one side now x
I think you should go and get checked out as soon as possible, or at the very least call your Doctor.



 
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Old Jan 19th, 2014, 15:22 PM   34
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I found I had very little in the way of symptoms until all hell broke loose but luckily I didn't realize it was a bad symptom until afterwards

I woke up sharply and went to wee, where I thought I noticed a bit a pink and couldnt return to sleep due to back ache (thought this was from sleeping on the sofa though)

then an hour later hell broke loose

out of nowhere the was a loud bang and it felt like an explosion went of inside of me (it was so loud OH shot awake thinking I had fallen) I sat bolt upright at the bang but it didnt hurt, I looked down and thick yellow jelly was gushing from my lady parts...

It was another 2 hours or so before I started getting contractions or anything and I was pretty calm (mostly because everyone else was so I assumed it was pretty normal, I remember asking why the call it 'waters' if its yellow and thick... pretty amazed my mam wasn't making a bigger fuss as shes a drama queen lol)

after that everything I think was just like normal labor up until the birth

I was told in my case there is no increased risk of it happening again as it was due to a tangled cord (wrapped around the neck)



 
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Old Mar 4th, 2014, 02:58 AM   35
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I've just woken up with a puffy face (not normal for me) awful back pain feeling pretty under the weather feeling nauseous and achey bump , seeing how today goes but but what do you guys think in panic mode today feel awful x



 
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Old Mar 4th, 2014, 07:51 AM   36
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Mum_Of_Roodys I would suggest seeing a midwife today hun



 
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Thankyou trying to ride it out and hope nothing bad happens as I've already been in last week and don't want to seem like a total hypercondreact , but I will be seen if anything gets any worse , don't know how much longer I can take though not knowing what's going on and being in pain feeling sick is just too much especially with two toddlers driving me nuts all day trying to jump over me



 
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Thankyou trying to ride it out and hope nothing bad happens as I've already been in last week and don't want to seem like a total hypercondreact , but I will be seen if anything gets any worse , don't know how much longer I can take though not knowing what's going on and being in pain feeling sick is just too much especially with two toddlers driving me nuts all day trying to jump over me
Don't ever feel like you are being a hypercondriac. It is important to be seen, every day in the womb is important. Don't worry about what others might think of you - if it helps your baby stay put for just a little bit longer that's all that matters.



 
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Just feel stupid when I go up there and then nothing's happening but sucky feeling has worn off just achey now few sharp pains but nothing major gunna see if I can sleep it off now kids are in bed and see how I am when I wake up xx



 
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I agree with atomicpink. Everyday is so important. I ignored "cramps" at 19w6d until I had a bleed and realized they were contractions a few hours later. I was in ptl. Fast forward to 25w3d (all the time in between on meds and bedrest) I had some minor cramps again and decided to go in again. They were less painful contractions than the first time but at 25w5d my baby was born. It may not be the case for everyone but I bought my baby girl an extra almost 6 weeks by trusting my instincts. My Dr reassured me every visit that's what they're there for.



 
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