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    Default Pre-labour?

    Did anyone have these intense but irratic Cramps before labour started?

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    Mine came with alot of backpain as well but yes

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    Yes, bach, hips and pelvic pain. Contractions lasting about 1 min intervals anything from 10 min to 2 min appart

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    I had that and was in pre term labor ( im 30 weeks ) I had a hot shower and it didnt go away, i tried walking it got worse etc.. Have u had any painkillers yet? Is this your first?

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    oh and how long have u been having it for?

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    This is my 3rd, i am 37 weeks+3been going on for over 3 hrs, had 2 panadeine extras 1hr 30 min ago...i have an irretable uterus...so i am very onfused

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    haha i have a irritable uterus as well so i know about the confusion with it. My doc told me if i could still feel it after i took painkillers, to come in. Maybe its worth giving them a call.

    Have they gotten worse since they started?

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    Zanne I have no advice but I'll be following your thread so keep updating! What happens if you are in labour before your c-sec? Does it matter? (I haven't read why you are booked for one?)

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    Well some are worse than others, i gave them a call they want me to go in...but i dont wanna...lol...i feel like an idiot everytime they say aaaah nothing going on here...almost like i imagined it all. Dh wants me to go in an ambulace....no....freaking....ways!...i am walking around now...my hips are killing me...sheesh

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    My dh, 2 kids and i are alone in this country. My support is away on holiday and my other support has a very serious flue virus and she is in her 80's...dh can not realy miss work this week...a very bad time!


 

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