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    Default Pelvis loosening and early babies?

    Is there a connection between your pelvis loosening early and bub coming early? Has anyone experienced this?
    My mum asked me because with DS who is only 10 months I had this from 18weeks, now with bub so close behind she wondered if my pelvis loosened really early (at 15 weeks when the physo predicted) can bub come early?

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    Ummm not sure. I had SPD or pelvic instability when pregnant with DD and she was still born 10 days over.

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    No, I don't think so. It's all got to do with hormones, so I highly doubt it is an indication for early babies.

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    I didn't think so. I still want 5 days over with DS and I reccon I will go over again lol this time it will just be painful for longer lol


 

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