Hi all I'm 28+1 I see my ob on Monday just wanted some advice from anyone with something similar.
So about a week ago I started getting very strong Braxton hicks at night lasting around 6-7 hours. They thought urine infection all come back clear.
Now over the last four days it has started as soon as I get up and do anything physical even yesterday all I did was get out of bed drive to the Dr drive home and make lunch the rest of the day I was sitting down and still ended up contracting.
The triggers are not drinking enough having a full bladder sitting to long any form of walking it lifting.
Also they are painful not excruciating more like a tired muscle.
The contractions do not come in typical waves they can last from 5minutes to a 2hour tightening before relief
It's around my belly button and into my middle back
I'm definitely not in labour I have had a fetal fibronectin test.
Thanks in advance
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14-06-2013 17:24 #3
I would give your hospital birthing unit a call and maybe go in for some monitoring
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14-06-2013 17:44 #5
Have you started taking raspberry leaf tablets or tea? Just wondering, as the same thing happened to me, and I didn't get the connection at first.
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