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Period pains 36 weeks

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Sweetpea86 Thu 20-Mar-14 20:28:48

Sorry I asked similar question last night.

I had some period pains but I have spd so kind of wasn't sure if it was just spd causing pain.

But my lower back it killing me tonight but not the spd pains it's defo period type pains. My tummy as also been tighten but nothing special I can't tell if it's the baby pushing out on to me.

Don't know what to make of it I feel restless and just down right uncomfortable sad

Is this just Braxton hicks?

Sweetpea86 Thu 20-Mar-14 20:29:42

Also to add I've had period pains on and off all day. Feeling exhausted

smallinthesmoke Thu 20-Mar-14 20:32:02

Erm, is your hospital bag packed? Because what you're describing sounds a lot like early labour. .. <exciting>

Sweetpea86 Thu 20-Mar-14 20:35:38

It's kind of in plastic bags all around the house lol I best transfer it to one bag lol.

I'm scared

MiconiumHappens Thu 20-Mar-14 20:48:50

You ok?

It's more than likely these are BH but might be worth a call to the Midwives and explain the symptoms to them.

Don't worry you're going to be fine smile

smallinthesmoke Thu 20-Mar-14 21:17:00

Don't be scared! Just put the things from the plastic bags together, like you say, then take it easy and see what happens. It might stop, or it might get going. Either way it's going to be fiiiine. smile

Sweetpea86 Thu 20-Mar-14 21:33:46

The period pains have worn off more dull now. But got a strong pain in my hip/waist. I think it could be just BH I'm only 36 weeks. I'm going to see how I feel over night and ring midwife tomorrow If I still feel this way.

I've had no mucas plug or water yet either.

I'm desperate for labour to come but the thought of it scares me at the same time.

Jakeyblueblue Thu 20-Mar-14 21:54:24

If you called the midwife / labour ward, they would most likely ask you to come in to get checked out and will be able to tell you if it's labour from the CTG, also it may be a water infection which may need treatment. I'd call.
Good luck smile

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