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    I had this too, as it was very worrying at the time. They started consistently around 32 weeks and I would get times when they were regular (sometimes for hours) and then just fade away. I thought so many times I was going into labour. I thought I might go earlier and DS came at 37+2 after my waters broke (interestingly I didn't have many BH/false contractions that day, go figure).

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    Pregnancy is definately a wonderful thing! These bubs and your body has a mind of its own! I have been getting them bad for about 2 weeks now and they last all day worse at night but arent regular the reason i was concerned is because i dont remember it being like this with my dd and i wasnt hugh risk! Knowing it diesnt mean pre term labour has put my mind at rest thanks everyone who replied

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    Sorry about spelling im using an ancient phone my fingers are bigger then the screen lol

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    Mine were always super painful. I started getting them at around 24/26 weeks with #1 and earlier and more painful with each pregnancy.


 

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