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    Default With more aches and pains with second did you go earlier?

    I'm UTD with bub2 - 36 weeks.

    I've been so uncomfortable & carrying very low. I've been having lots of BH & tightenings when I do too much.

    I know that can be common for a second, but I'm just wondering if it means I could go a bit earlier than 40 weeks? Or at least on time.
    I was almost 2 weeks over with DD, but I also carried very high, and never felt any pains or real uncomfortable-ness.

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    Yep, I carried quite high with both, but had heaps more aches & pains and lots of BH from very early on with #2 (1st preg was so easy and I never really got uncomfortable, even at the end). #1 was born at 41+1, so I was expecting to go a week over with #2, but he surprised me and came at 39+5

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    It's not looking to be that way for me . Currently pregnant with #2, due date is tomorrow and have been carrying very low with lots of very uncomfortable tightenings for weeks now. So much so that originally I thought I'd go into labour around 36-37 weeks but I'm still here LOL. I ended up being induced with #1, 11 days over and it's looking like I'm definitely going over with this one too.

    I hope it's different for you and you don't end up overdue

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    Sorry no. Even my 5th bub was born at 40+11. I had so many bh and aches etc...

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    I guess it's just something that we can never predict!

    Thanks for the replies


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    Not for me either. I had lots more aches and pains and was convinced #2 would come earlier than DD who was 11 days over due. I was induced 11 days over with DS. Hoping not to go so far over this time.


 

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