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    Default Labour contraction question

    I dont think this is it but rather sfe than sorry. Between labour contractions di the pain go completely or was ther still a sting? I thing i have a tummy bug and it is triggering BH which obviously hurts alot!

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    For me, the pain went completely.

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    The pain never went away with my first but with the other 4 it went away completely.

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    Went away completely with both labours.

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    I've given birth twice, and each time there was no pain between contractions in stage 1.

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    Thank you...it must have been some stuck wind...i feel loads better.

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    no mine didn't go away in between

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    Both times, the pain went completely between contractions. Hope you feel better soon!

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    Teehee, i feel tonns better. I think baby dropped into my pelvis and it made my ouchee bowls hurt more. I am still walking bubs is till inside and contractions is now definately only BH. Thank you for your replies...they help to keep me sane


 

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