braxton hicks how often????

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  1. priddy

    priddy Well-Known Member

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    So ladies how many times a day r u having braxtn hicks and for how long?? I seem to have gone to several times day and longest lasted between about 3am till 4.30am ths morning!!!!! Do u get them more often as labour nears????
     
  2. priddy

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    ???????????????
     
  3. jenniferannex

    jenniferannex Well-Known Member

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    i hear u can get them a few weeks before labour, as i had them around 35 weeks and a couple of days ago kept getting the regualry! but no baby yet! mine carried on for about an hour but wernt painful and about 5 mins in between but still nothing! lol babys like to trick us dont they! xx
     
  4. Mervs Mum

    Mervs Mum Doula & Mum of 3!

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    I've had then since 24 wks and they vary. I mainly get them in the evenings when I'm trying to relax! You can tell they are BH rather than labour contractions as they tend to be much longer.
     
  5. priddy

    priddy Well-Known Member

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    Never had tehm when had katie so very strange feeling, mine are def worse in the night and every night lay wondering if its start of something lol.
     
  6. ellie27

    ellie27 Well-Known Member

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    Sorry, but I have not had any - dont think everyone gets them
     
  7. Margie

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    Not had any either :shrug:
     

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