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    Default Period Cramps at 29 weeks....??

    Yep got into my GP straight away, everything seems fine, my blood pressure, bubs heart rate, but she is a
    little concerned about the cramping & possible preterm labour. She gave me two options, to go home rest and count the cramps or go up to the hospital to get checked. I came home last night an counted the cramps, but they are not consistent. I have decided to go up to the hospital this morning to just get everything checked out and make sure all is ok. Leaving soon for the hospital.
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    Default Period Cramps at 29 weeks....??

    Oh & gp checked for urine infection, but that was all clear.

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    Default Period Cramps at 29 weeks....??

    Glad you got in to the GP and I think I'd be heading to the hospital too, just to be safe. Hopefully all is well and the cramps settle down.

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    Thanks Cue. All is good, went to the hospital and they confirmed it is just braxton hicks!
    Thanks!

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    Default Period Cramps at 29 weeks....??

    Phew! At least you can relax knowing bub is ok. Fingers crossed they ease up for you though.

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    Default Period Cramps at 29 weeks....??

    That's good news, although braxton hicks do suck x

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