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35 weeks - can't stop going for no 2!

(11 Posts)
rosegoldie Mon 22-Aug-16 20:05:07

Bit of a gross I have been for a no 2 about 5 or 6 times! blush

It's not diarrhoea just 'the regular kind'(!)

I'm 35 weeks prego and wondered if anyone else has experienced this?!

Freaking myself out a bit as have heard the body naturally 'empties' itself prior to labour...which I'm obviously a bit too early for!

Mybugslife Mon 22-Aug-16 20:33:58

I had this at 34 weeks, 9 times in a day, don't want to worry you but I went into labour the following day.

Keep an eye on any tightenings/pain, loss of plug etc etc X

rosegoldie Mon 22-Aug-16 20:46:47

Oh god! I will keep an eye out...

rosegoldie Mon 22-Aug-16 20:47:33

Did you lose your plug the next day then?

mellysam Tue 23-Aug-16 06:59:15

I've had a dodgy stomach like this for about two weeks or so, my twins are still inside my belly, now 37+2.
Its making me miserable but no sign of them arriving yet, hope you are ok

rosegoldie Tue 23-Aug-16 07:28:12

Sorry to hear that melly, you must be suffering in this heat too! flowers

Mine isn't a dodgy tum it's just lots of normal no 2's! Which is so odd...sorry tmi!

It has stopped now unless it restarts again later today!

waitingforsomething Tue 23-Aug-16 07:32:19

Had this for about a week before I went into labour both times. Although remember things are pretty squished in there now including your intestines so going more often would be normal!

Noodledoodledoo Tue 23-Aug-16 07:55:34

I had this from about 35/36 weeks. Ended up being induced at 40+12! Head was engaged quite early on so think it just kept things moving due to pressure on bowels!

rosegoldie Tue 23-Aug-16 08:42:43

Thanks everyone - I'm now freaking or less about going into early labour! Hopefully it's just baby squishing my insides!

Mybugslife Tue 23-Aug-16 17:56:27

Sorry. Lost my plug that night. Did the dead with OH, bad idea!! Lost my plug then went into full blown contractions about 1am.
Just for a bit of reassurance my DD was a really healthy weight for 6 weeks early and no problems what so ever.
It could be anything though but just be prepared xx

dodi1978 Tue 23-Aug-16 19:03:19

I had that with DS1... He was born after a two day comprehensive clear out at 36 weeks. All fine by the way, so don't worry too much about being 35 weeks.
I got the same for four days last week, at 33 weeks. No sign of DS2 yet, so it may just be a sign of baby shifting position and squeezing intestines....

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