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    ha ha, bulldogs by a good margin. lucky the result was clear half way thru last quarter because that was as long as I could stay! thankfully just contractions not waters breaking!!

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    I've had two babies, but never ever experienced labour.

    I know someone who went into labour as she orgasmed with BOTH her babies.

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    I had just finished work (had 3 days off) at 37+5, had friends over for dinner and my waters broke!

    I thought I'd had bladder failure and hid in the bathroom for a minute before it occurred to me that maybe this was my waters bursting....

    I stuck my head out the bathroom and called to my friend "I'm not sure if I've wet myself or if my waters just broke!"

    Anyway DS was born at 38 weeks exactly.

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    First baby.. After DTD on EDD ... Waters broke and 2.5hrs later DD was out

    With DS my hindwaters broke while i was sweeping the floors... I managed to get the mopping done too before real cxns kicked in :P

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