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    I felt normal but could NOT stop using my bowels it was quite annoying. I felt a bit more awkward walking I think, then had contractions for a few hours but ignored them

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    Default How did you feel before going into labour?

    I felt pretty much the same as I had been feeling in that last month, so tired and over it basically.

    My plug came out the morning I went into labour after DTD, but I still wasn't feeling any different, so I took a trip into Myers for some last min shopping, while I was in there I was sure my waters broke, but went to the loo and there was nothing there. Got home, had a nap and woke up to my first, painless, contraction at 3pm. They continued until I had bubs 7pm the next day.

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    Default How did you feel before going into labour?

    I know I was really, really tired the days leading up to labour with DD2. the night I went to bed I had the unexplainable urge to put a pad on, but I ignored it. Woke up at 3am to my waters trickling.

    I didn't take much notice in the lead up to labour with DD1.


 

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