Mood Swings, a sign?

(7 Posts)
Mango92 Fri 01-Aug-14 20:19:56

38 weeks today and been running to the loo a lot.
My tummy has been feeling crampy and heavy like I have to poop constantly (sorry tmi)
but I have been like this on and off for a week so im not holding my breath.

But today, although I have been reasonably stable throughout my pregnancy, I have been loosing my temper with everything.
I find myself getting frustrated at just about anything and anyone.

Did anyone else go a bit loopy before labor...?

TheJourney22 Fri 01-Aug-14 20:35:15

Yes I did! And my contractions started a few hours later. My friend (who has 2 kids) noticed and only told me afterwards she knew that I was about to go into labour!

Get your bag packed ...... baby is on its way.....

I actually thinking back completely changed personality for about 4 hrs pre first contraction!!! confusedconfusedconfusedconfused

Mango92 Sat 02-Aug-14 08:07:11

Well, no baby yet angry
Perhaps we will have to endure a few days of my frustration before he makes an appearance.
Argh, babies. All this time making us wait yet they wait for no one.

Stubborn little so and so's.

TheJourney22 Sun 03-Aug-14 12:49:47

Any movement???? Keep me updated!! Exciting x

Mango92 Mon 04-Aug-14 23:47:37

Still nothing.
Still grumpy lol.

Been trying just about everything to get this baby moving but he is far too happy in there.
Could be induction for me. confused x

mupperoon Mon 04-Aug-14 23:55:48

OP I am 41 weeks and VERY grumpy but still no sign of labour starting despite two sweeps! They're going to induce me on Sunday if nothing happens, which is really annoying. I feel your pain!

Redling Tue 05-Aug-14 05:35:21

I'm with you on the toilet thing, also weirdly full of energy the last 2 days which is a massive change from last week. 38+4 today so I'm with you on wanting this to be it! No other signs though. He feels low but not really painful, is there a football between my legs low, but not all babies do that I think?

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