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    Default 1st signs of labor?

    Just wondering what some of your early signs of labor were?

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    I didnt have any, until i was in actual labour! As in, i had no show, no pain, no nothing until i was at least 4-5cm dialted and then the contractions hit strong and fast and everything started happening.

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    I had no show, nothing, until about 2pm at 40+5 and started out as period cramps on and off, then what I think was my show at 8pm, but since it was blood I was taken in for monitoring and induced and had DD at 6:10pm 40+6

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    My waters broke at 3am at 39+6.

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    Woke up at 3.30am with pain.
    Went to the toilet and blood was everywhere.
    I knew then

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    Feeling sick. Slight "tightening" (contractions)..

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    No shows, no water breaking, but a need to go to the toilet for ahem...no twos and then the onset of regular contractions.

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    I woke up at 6am at 38+2 bleeding. I was 2cm, had strong braxton hicks contractions all day, then had my waters broken at 38+3, after which my contractions started.

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    Woke with mild period like cramping & went back to sleep. DD was born 11hrs later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uniquey View Post
    No shows, no water breaking, but a need to go to the toilet for ahem...no twos and then the onset of regular contractions.
    Same here. Along with period like pains. 8 hours in total for me.


 

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