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    Quote Originally Posted by dancingbutterfly View Post
    I have been getting them too hun at 36+3. I have also heard they increase as bub starts to drop and its everything getting ready.
    My Ob advice was rest, panadol/warm bath. If they dont settle after that call him or mat ward to see what they think.
    Thats the same advice my ob gave me on last checkup, theu arnt regular just every so often, and sometimes my stomach becomes so tight and hard that I have to stop what im doing.... so are these braxton hicks? Im only 35 weeks.. thanks

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    That sounds just like b hicks!


 

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