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    Default belly has dropped...

    My belly has dropped over the past 48 hours and I've been feeling rather rotten, fluey, headache, queasy stomach and vomiting last night and this morning. Not to mention my Braxton Hicks are ramping up today, it's usually only once or twice a day but today I've had maybe 6-7. Just not overly sure what's going on as I'm only 31+5... Is this just normal with a bug thrown into the mix or should I call my dr?

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    Could be either, I know when I had an upset tummy it would set off BH though

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    Default belly has dropped...

    Wouldn't hurt to call!! I went into labour at 32 weeks and was considering not calling as I thought I might just be having a bad day.. So glad I did though as they were able to give steroids and stop it and my little man held on for another 4 weeks!


 

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