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Slow labour??

(6 Posts)
Hollz26 Tue 28-Mar-17 19:22:03

Im 39 weeks and was up all last night with really strong braxton hicks that where really painful and non stop they took my breathe away and i literally thought that was it.. an hour later i got in bed as i was tired and then it all stopped!! Today my bump has just been so solid and uncomfortable and now my back is killing!! But everyone keeps sayin it go on for ages yet?? What are your experiences this is so diffirent from my first i just woke up with back labour with him and non of this false stuff!!

peanutbutter310 Wed 29-Mar-17 07:56:07

Wondering if things had moved along any for you hollz?

I'm 37 weeks and have been having the same thing on and off for the last six days, getting stronger each day. Midwife told me on Sunday to expect things to start happening before too long, but no sign of it turning into anything 'real' as yet.

Hollz26 Wed 29-Mar-17 08:19:38

Hi no still no change sad just woke up at 3 again with a couple painful contractions but then nothing! Its driving me.crazy im soo uncomfortable! How about you? X

peanutbutter310 Wed 29-Mar-17 08:42:52

Went to bed early with a hot water bottle, as bump had been tight and sore the entire evening. Woke up a couple of separate times with painful contractions. Then this morning it had calmed right down again. I'm still getting tightening a few times an hour but they aren't painful.

Every time it starts up I think 'this could be it' but in reality it could be weeks yet confused

Hollz26 Wed 29-Mar-17 08:56:51

Aw sounds like your exactly same as me atm! So frustrating! I forgot how tough the last fews weeks where! Im gonna go for some long walks and just keep bouncing on my exercise ball! I hope things progress for you soon! X

peanutbutter310 Wed 29-Mar-17 08:58:36

Thanks, same goes for you! x

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