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would you phone someone?

(5 Posts)
duzzlightyearsmum Tue 08-Jul-14 06:40:26

Have been kept up/woken up throughout the night by pains in my stomach. They come on all of a sudden and aren't cramps more like a stinging/stabbing all over. They weren't regular just quite painful when they happened, enough to wake me up anyway. Lasted for a few seconds, no longer than a minute. I'm 32 weeks. Would you phone your midwife? Xxx

Nyborg Tue 08-Jul-14 06:41:46

Yes - I'm sure it's fine but she'll know best. Phone the labour ward at your hosp and they'll have someone you can ask.

HomeIsWhereTheHeartIs Tue 08-Jul-14 06:53:32

Yes, give her a ring just for reassurance. That's why they give out their phone numbers!

Marnierose Tue 08-Jul-14 08:48:59

Yes c

Loveallmyboys Tue 08-Jul-14 16:34:53

Wind, perhaps? I suffer with IBS and what you're describing is what I get sometimes. Hope you feel better now

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