Warning-TMI - A few questions

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Third Trimester' started by toseland13, Dec 20, 2009.

  1. toseland13

    toseland13 Well-Known Member

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    hello all.

    i havent posted in a while, since i left work i dont think.

    just a quick question as im fed up now, is it normal at this stage to be breaking wind a lot and needing the toilet? its like surely you cant need to go for poo this many times in a day?its more than 3times and im not eating that much tbh.and my belly is hurting like aching. is anyone else feeling the same?

    sorry for the TMI lol but just wondered as its annoying.

    x
     
  2. chocaholic

    chocaholic Well-Known Member

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    I had this just before I went into labour, could be a sign for you too. Good luck x
     
  3. mellllly

    mellllly Mummy to 3 under 4!

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    You normally have a 'clear out' before you go into labour
     
  4. toseland13

    toseland13 Well-Known Member

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    not sure im lucky enough lol im bound to be overdue lol
     
  5. Boomerslady

    Boomerslady Well-Known Member

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    I hate to say it hunni, but I had days where I'd go 6 or so times...it was stupid!!!

    I'm keeping everything crossed (except my legs!) that it is a clearout. You still might have your LO before me!!!
     
  6. gurldopey

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    I have been feeling the exact same thing for like 3 days. on my appointment last week the dr told me she didn't think the baby would wait until 12/26 to be born so I am hoping this is a sign that laor will be soon.
     

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