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    Default ** TMI warning ** 28+4 weeks pg.. previous preemie birth.

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    I'm currently 28+4 weeks pg with my 2nd. My 1st was born at 35 weeks and I'm just a bit worried.

    Today I've woken up feeling ok, but I've noticed increased discharge (no blood), dehydration and that period smell?? I am getting period like cramps as well..

    I'm wondering whether I should wait it out or whether I need to call the midwife.. with my previous preemie birth I'm just a bit on edge.

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    Call your midwife, with your history I would rather be over cautious

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    I agree, call your midwife. Better to be seen to & put your mind at ease. Good luck

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    Just found this, an wondering how you are, I hope your Bubba stays put for you!

    DS 2 years + DD 1 year + bellybean = the reason my heart keeps on beating <3

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    I'm alright, still feel a bit off.. I think everything is just a tad too much for me ATM but I feel horrible that my body takes it out on dd.

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    Sounds like your having a stressful time, try not to add to that by feeling bad about whatever is going on with bub

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