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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    I think this thread made me have a dream last night that I was in labour! Or maybe it was a nightmare... I knew it wasn't real though because I was having contractions that weren't painful lol
    My contractions weren't painful its called silent labour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndigoJ View Post
    My contractions weren't painful its called silent labour.

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    I was really hoping I'd have silent labour when I was pregnant, but no luck with that haha

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    #1 - in hospital at 42 weeks (induced by ARM)

    #2 - shopping in BigW....thankfully only a few mins walk from my apartment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndigoJ View Post
    My contractions weren't painful its called silent labour.

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    I had that too ...until they broke my waters.
    Do you have more than one? If so, did it happen again? I'm so hoping it happens again!

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    With DD - I was making cheese and tomato on crackers for a light dinner just as neighbours was starting. I didn't think much of it and laid on the couch for a while and began timing it. Ended up watching some sopranos eps with dh and the contractions weren't very regular. Rang hospital a number of times and they told me to take two Panadol and go to bed. So I did. Woke up around midnight with stronger pains and went to the toilet and saw blood. I woke dh up and told him it was time to go to hospital. Could barely stand the car ride to hospital - I felt every bump in the road and was very uncomfortable. Got to hospital and had an internal - was 9cm dilated. Began pushing not long after. DD was born at 2.42am

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    Quote Originally Posted by redlipsandpearls View Post
    I had that too ...until they broke my waters.
    Do you have more than one? If so, did it happen again? I'm so hoping it happens again!
    My first bub was 22hrs of pure pain. My second was 3min silent contractions for about 12hrs. Then they started to hurt a little (maybe 5/10pain scale). Ds2 was born 3hrs after the first "pain". It only even got to a 7/10 on the pain scale. It hurt a bit but was bearable. I got to hospital 1.5hrs after the first pain. I was 4cm and 50%effaced.

    I had 2hrs of 3min contractions, 30min of 1min contractions then my waters broke, then I was in painless transition for 15min then I had no pain for the 19min I was breathing him out. So only about 2.5hrs of discomfort (I don't even want to call it pain).

    I'm currently almost 18wks with #3. I'm hoping for another silent quick labour.





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    I was on bubhub and got up to get a drink and waters went.

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    I was asleep both times.
    With DD I woke up at about 6am thinking I needed to do a #2. Went to the toilet and had blood when a I wiped. Went to wake DH, crying cause I thought something must have been wrong with the baby. His response 'No dear, your in labour'. I must missed the bloody show bit of antenatal classes.

    DS I got woken at about 6:30am, again thinking I needed #2. Tried to go back to sleep but pains would go away so I got up. DH got up to find me on toilet. I told him I thought I was in labour but wasn't sure. 4.5hrs later DS was born.

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    First time I started getting niggles at 9pm watching TV, that was the start of a two day + ordeal. Second time not long after I got up and got DD ready for the day I noticed light regular contractions. Third time I'd just got back from grocery shopping put everything away and went to the toilet where my waters broke. Fourth time I was induced so was in hospital.

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    Picking up Chinese that I had ordered for dinner! My mum (a midwife) told me not to eat it because I would be seeing it later lol

    I got my first big contraction as I walked through the restaurant door lol


 

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