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38 weeks not even a twinge. Am I in it for the long haul?

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bippitybopityboo Thu 30-Jun-16 20:03:22

30 weeks pregnant and I haven't felt so much as a twinge. No braxton hicks nothing. Im worried this means I'm going to be very over due by the time baby is ready to come.
Other than an aching between my legs and a slight pressure feeling sometimes I can't feel anything!
Midwife has said I'll be offered a sweep on my due date but I don't feel like ill be anywhere near ready!
Just having a little moan really im so ready to no be pregnant any more!
Has anyone not had any signs and gone into labour with their 1st grin

bippitybopityboo Thu 30-Jun-16 20:03:49

38 weeks not 30!!

BikeRunSki Thu 30-Jun-16 20:08:47

Not necessarily. I was the same. dS came at 38+5, DD at 39+0. Nothing, then first twinge to 10cm dilation on 6 hrs.

Greyhorses Thu 30-Jun-16 20:21:08

I had felt literally nothing at all and was convinced I would be 2 weeks over. I went to bed at 10pm and woke up in full blown labour at born a few hours later. I was 38+5.

Hope it happens soon for you!

SomeonesRealName Thu 30-Jun-16 20:23:26

I didn't have a single symptom until my waters broke.

OutOfAces Thu 30-Jun-16 20:25:25

^Same here. I felt nothing until my waters broke.

bippitybopityboo Thu 30-Jun-16 20:32:42

Uwww thankyou ladies there is hope grin

ThatsNotEvenAWord Thu 30-Jun-16 20:35:16

My waters went at 39+6, contractions started straight away. Went to hospital and I was 4cm dilated, I hadn't had a clue before my waters went that anything was happening. Good luck smile

Winegumaddict Fri 01-Jul-16 11:32:27

I was the same. Just tired at 38 weeks but then I stopped work so it was better. Due date came and I was convinced I had 2 more weels to go. Anyway I walked my dog for a couple of hours as usual. Went to bed that night nothing. Up at 3am for a wee. My waters broke then I had DD at 7 am when I was 40+1 absolutely no symptoms until my waters broke.

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