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is it or isn't it????????? the start of things?????????

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sianilovesbeingamummy Sat 06-Apr-13 21:56:52

I have regular stabbing, shooting, tightening pains all over my stomach...... i am 35 weeks pregnant today and i am actually booked to have c-section in 4weeks time but i am getting a little concerned about these pains....... sometimes they are just at the top of the bump but i am not sure if those are just painful indegestion..... it's too early for labour isn't it? I am small for dates as it is so i am starting to get worried now but i don't want to ring my midwife or hospital just yet as i have my 17mth old asleep in bed and dont want to be disturbing him while he is sleeping, plus i don't rea;;y have anywhere for him to go at such short notice...... any advice would be great

HelloBear Sat 06-Apr-13 21:58:22

Call Mw!

HelloBear Sat 06-Apr-13 21:59:49

Sorry hit post too soon.

Call Mw and get some reassurance because you are so early.

Good luck!

fluffacloud Sat 06-Apr-13 22:07:03

Call your MW.

To my knowledge you don't get pain, as such, with braxton hicks.

sianilovesbeingamummy Sat 06-Apr-13 22:23:31

it isnt unbearable pain just somethin gi havent had before..... i have been outside in the garden all day and been brushing up which may be the reason behind not being able to turn my body without moving my feet........ i have been in and out of hospital with this pregnancy so many times that i really could do without another trip, especially in the middle of the night..... obviously should things become unbearable and more of a cause for concern i will seek medical advice but for now i just want to see what people would recommend and if anyone else has experinced the same as me...... i notice the pain at the top pf bump is actually as i breathe in quite hard...... is this just there not being much room and organs being squashed up together?x

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