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32 weeks and very uncomfortable :(

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laulea82 Thu 26-Nov-15 15:35:32

After some advice from anyone who has had a similar experience.
I'm 32+5 with second baby. Head has been fully engaged for 2-3 weeks. I've had two bad urine infections in the last few weeks.
I've had painful braxton hicks and period pain and a small loss of fluid.
Been checked and had the test done to check I'm not about to go into labour (fibrebectum) which was negative just under two weeks ago.
Been in hospital again today due to the fluid loss but they say all is well and all is normal. Waters haven't gone.
Starting to feel very down that I have got a way to go with this pain and discomfort. Obviously don't want to go into preterm labour but I can't see feeling better either! Having a planned section at 39 weeks so have over 6 weeks of this and just feel miserable!
Will I feel better? Might I go into labour early? Will they perhaps do my section at 38 weeks instead?
Thanks for listening / reading.

tinyme135 Thu 26-Nov-15 20:07:18

I know the feeling. I'm 33+4 I'm having the period style cramping, lower back pain, constantly having the urge to wee and I feel like I need to push but I think it's cause I'm constipated (sorry tmi) I've not talked about c section and I think we're going for a natural birth but I'm struggling to cope now. on top of also having a horrible chest infection and virus I have next to none energy. my babba has also had his head down since 28/29 weeks so I'm already quite low and it's taking its toll now.

was so excited when I found out I was pregnant now I just want it over and done with.

laulea82 Thu 26-Nov-15 20:30:24

Oh you sound in same boat as me! I'm having section for other medical reasons related to my last birth. I remember running round like a normal person the day I went into labour last time. So not fair! Midwife today said not much we can do it will get worse not better shock

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