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    Wow 40+10! Sorry but I feel like I will go insane if I have to wait that long!!! And yet I know there is nothing I can do but wait.
    How you feeling? What bub is this for you?
    The longest I have been pregnant for was 38+4 so now being 40+3 feels sooo overdue even though I know it's not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatwillbe View Post
    Wow 40+10! Sorry but I feel like I will go insane if I have to wait that long!!! And yet I know there is nothing I can do but wait.
    How you feeling? What bub is this for you?
    The longest I have been pregnant for was 38+4 so now being 40+3 feels sooo overdue even though I know it's not.
    First bub, still feeling pretty good physically but getting a bit impatient. I kind of figured this would happen though, I was mentally prepared from the start that bub would be late because my mum had all 4 of her babies at least 2 weeks late. Stupid genetics

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    Thought I would do a bit of an update. Am now 41wks and the s&s last Thursday didn't start labour and the bloody mucus was just from that Have another middy app today and she will do another s&s. Really hope I have progressed passed 1cm dilated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatwillbe View Post
    Thought I would do a bit of an update. Am now 41wks and the s&s last Thursday didn't start labour and the bloody mucus was just from that Have another middy app today and she will do another s&s. Really hope I have progressed passed 1cm dilated!
    Aww that's frustrating! Fingers crossed something happens today!

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    Good luck for your appointment today. Hopefully if you have another s&s it does the trick for you.

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    I'm crashing here :-) I'm having a stretch and sweep today. Second baby but never had a sweep before.
    I'm a chicken...does it hurt??

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    Quote Originally Posted by AprilJoy View Post
    I'm crashing here :-) I'm having a stretch and sweep today. Second baby but never had a sweep before.
    I'm a chicken...does it hurt??
    I had my first s&s with my seconds pregnancy too. It was unpleasant. I can't lie, not holy !!! pain, just really uncomfortable for me. I had mine at 3.30pm and had bub at around 10.30pm.

    Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AprilJoy View Post
    I'm crashing here :-) I'm having a stretch and sweep today. Second baby but never had a sweep before.
    I'm a chicken...does it hurt??
    I had two - the first one was VERY uncomfortable as my cervix wasnt soft but the second one was fine. Good luck.

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    No mine didn't hurt at all, just really uncomfy. Try to relax (yeah right) and you will be fine!

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    Thanks ladies :-) as soon as I think about it I tense up! You'd think after having one baby I'd be used to people poking around down there!


 

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