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    Hi this question will sound ridiculous seeing as I have done this twice before but here goes anyway. I am
    35 weeks I am having a c section in 2 weeks but the midwives don't think I will last until then at my last check up i found out the babies head is in my pelvis and the last few nights and sometimes during the day I have been getting really bad cramping in my pelvis and lower back that comes and goes every 10- 15 mins and have a lot of pressure in my bottom and vagina. Anyway my question is does this sound like labour is near like I said I have done this twice before but I had a emergency c section last time and never had this and before that my waters broke but no labour so I had to be put on a drip and it was all 6 and 8 yrs ago so I really don't remember this ever happening

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    It sounds a bit more like braxton hicks ... Your body is getting ready!

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    I have it too, also my 3rd, baby's head also very low. This was at 36 week check. I am having CS in 2 weeks lets see if I make it, I feel in my pants I wont make past next week for some reason. Just been to the physio and my lower back and hips feel way better.

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    Thanks for the replies I just really can't see me making it to the scheduled c section date as each day the pains are lasting longer and getting more intense and the pressure is getting to the point it never gives up.

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    Pressure has gotten worse and the contraction like pain has gotten worse and happening more times a day and today I started feeling really tired and nauseas

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    Tbh it sounds like you are in labour (early stages) although I only have an induction to go by, Maybe give the middies a call. Good luck Hun.

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    That is how my labour started too. Crampy period type pains, and then I noticed that they were regular.

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    The back pain is pretty much constant at the moment and the "down below" pain is pretty bad stabbing pain now so I have made a Dr's appointment for this afternoon to get checked out. Now I am just worried about having a preemie again (my last baby was born at 31 weeks)

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    Let us know how you get on at the doctors Hun

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    It seems I am in the early stages of labour and have been given the first dose of steroids just in case and have to back tomorrow for second shot and review


 

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