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    If it's a lot in your back, it could be an indication that baby is posterior...

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    Mine is always in my back. Sounds like it's starting to happen. Just try and keep moving. Wheather it's rocking or going for a walk. You will establish labor better that way. But if you feel you need a nap then take one

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    Last night bubs back was on my right hand side but I guess they can move. I will keep monitoring everything & get on the phone to the hospital if it gets worse or changes

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    if your waters break, ring the hospital, otherwise just keep doing what your doing and have a sleep as you will need all your energy..


    how exciting

    look forward to hearing how it all goes !!

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    I went to hosp when I couldn't bare the pain anymore. Yes you know when it's real labour. I was screaming into my pillow, timing them and they became a regular lasting 1-2mins with 5 min gap! It was hard and fast!
    I had a show before contractions started.
    the day before I was very crampy.
    i had to get my waters broken.
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    Reading all this makes me definitely think it is all happening. Pain is bearable at the moment was just on the phone to DP when had the first one in my lower tummy & was still able to talk to him. We live an hour from the hospital & DP works 45 minutes away from home. My mum is coming up soon when she has finished work but I have managed this long today on my own I think I should be ok til DP gets home.

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    Fingers crossed its beginning, it's like looking at a big wrapped Christmas present you don't know when you can unwrap

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    Both pregnancies I wasn't 100% sure of I was in labour at first....but then I realised it actually was starting to really hurt so it must be the real deal lol

    Timing your pains can help. If its just BH or ligament pain it's not going to come and go in waves.

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    I have birth 2.5 weeks ago to my first child and I had no idea I was in labour! I was 38+3 and had just finished sweeping and mopping the floor when my lower back was really sore - so I thought I had over done it.
    Then throughout the day whenever I moved, the pain in the lower back would be a bit painful and I had what I would describe as period like pain in my pelvis. I never felt anything with my tummy nor did I have contractions or lose anything!
    I only went to the hospital as the pain in my back was getting quite bad and I thought maybe bub was sitting on something.
    So glad we left when we did as I was fully dilated and ready to push!!
    I could still talk normally and walk ok - needed support by the time we got to hospital though.
    Bub had turned to be spine on spine, which is why I was feeling all of the pain in the back!
    So keep close to the hospital in my opinion!
    Good luck!

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    With ds1 I knew. I didn't with ds2. I was having 3min contractions that werent painful at all. I rang the hospital to ask if it was labour and was told no. I even posted on here asking if it was. Turns out it was silent labour. It started at 8am.

    At about 8pm one contrax hurt a little bit and I still wasnt convinced Then the next one hurt a bit more so I figured it was the real deal. Baby was born 3hrs later. I was 9 days overdue.

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