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    DD was induced at 38+6, the others were all spontaneous labours.

    DS1 at 40+2, first sign of labour was back pain (he was posterior).

    DS2 at 41+4, first signs were regular contractions.

    DS3 at 37+6, first signs were regular contractions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lillynix View Post
    DD was induced at 38+6, the others were all spontaneous labours.

    DS1 at 40+2, first sign of labour was back pain (he was posterior).

    DS2 at 41+4, first signs were regular contractions.

    DS3 at 37+6, first signs were regular contractions.
    I have been having lower back pain on/off for the last 2 days, & this bub is 'half' posterior as the midwife put it (lying on her side) my first DD was posterior & didn't turn during labor which made for a difficult 16 hr labor & 4 hrs of pushing. we don't have a repeat this time


 

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