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    Default So many questions! HELP!

    Hello everyone! I'm new to bubhub and I'm 32 weeks pregnant with my first due Feb 2016. I have a lot of questions so bare with me πŸ˜‚. Does anyone else feel like their baby is going to come early? And what are some signs labour is around the corner? And is anyone else feeling exhausted and nauseous is this normal?

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    I have my first baby due in Feb too! And don't worry, I completely understand. My number one tip... Don't Google stuff! It just confuses you and makes you stressed!
    I have been feeling on and off tired lately but this morning I woke up at 11am. I went to sleep at 1! For me that's a really long sleep! So I don't think you're alone.
    As for early Labour, I think they say from 26 weeks baby is viable with help so I figure by now they're probably far more likely to be okay if they were born early. I think they also say first babies are usually late.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ftmfeb2016 View Post
    Hello everyone! I'm new to bubhub and I'm 32 weeks pregnant with my first due Feb 2016. I have a lot of questions so bare with me πŸ˜‚. Does anyone else feel like their baby is going to come early? And what are some signs labour is around the corner? And is anyone else feeling exhausted and nauseous is this normal?
    Hi. I am not sure how much help and comfort I will be but here goes.

    I never felt my baby was going to come early personally. Everyone's labour signs can differ though. You can start losing your plug early but it regenerates so does not mean the baby will come. Same with prelabour. You can have it for weeks.

    Exhausted/tired/nausea are all normal l. Annoying but normal.


 

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