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    Yep sounds like it's really not that far off!! When they come like clock work at the same intervals and not stoping then it's happening

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    Quote Originally Posted by meredithgrey View Post
    Good luck - hopefully they're starting to thin your cervix out and slowly open it up.

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    Haven't had a vaginal birth, but I imagine its similar to that pressure feeling that you get when you really really really need to do a poo. But in the vagina.
    You actually feel it in your bum because it's right behind the vagina. When my DD started to descend it felt EXACTLY like needing to so a #2. The baby fills the whole pelvis so you can't differentiate between the different 'passages'.

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    My second baby, but I never had any BH contractions or anything at all until I was induced with my first son so this is sort of all new to me. I'm worried I won't know when I'm going into labour cause I didn't go on my own with my first. My Mum says that I will know but, lol. Thanks so much ladies x

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    Fingers crossed I'm headed towards labour. Would love to avoid induction this time!

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    I had this before labour. After first contraction it was only an hour before i gave birth. From waters breaking it was 2hr labour all up.
    And it was first baby.


 

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