You should call your hospital and probably go in and get checked.
It might just be BH, but I've learnt there is really no "normal" !!
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11-11-2014 19:02 #11
11-11-2014 19:14 #12
I'd get checked. I could drive, clean and walk through my pre-labour. Could tell I was in real labour when I couldn't sit down through the contractions and they made me pause.
11-11-2014 19:35 #13
I had something similar the other night. Frequent, painful enough to have me in tears, threw up from some but just not regular in anyway. Went to hospital and ended up being a uti that needed pain killers to stop the pain and a course of antibiotics. No other symptoms other than the onset of painful bh increasing over a few hours.
11-11-2014 19:56 #14Senior Member
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Call hospital for sure and maybe go in to get checked out. I had this at 36 weeks, ended up being labour and had my bub in the wee hours. If it is bh they will send you on your merry way, if not atleast you are at the hospital. Good luck.
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