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  1. #1
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    Mar 2012

    Default Labour stalled?

    I'm 38 weeks and 5 days pregnant with my second( I had my DS at 36weeks).
    I spent all day Friday with severe vomiting and diarrhea( like liquid), and just very fatigued and sick, then Friday night approx 11.30pm I had the bloody show and then not long after started the excutiating lower back, abdominal and thigh pain. At approx 4am I had some pain killers ( codeine and paracetamol) and managed to get to sleep and it is now Sunday and I havnt had anything since? How can I get things going again ? I'm still nauseous and generally feeling"off" :-/

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    It sounds like you might have a tummy bug. I wouldn't be surprised if this caused you to lose your plug from the irritation. Keep up fluids and rest, and see the Dr if no better


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