Hello ladies, I have a question;
I'm 31wks now and had to go into the hospital for bleeding 3 nights ago. Turns out while I was there, I went into contractions, 4 mins apart for about an hour until the doctor gave me some shot that relaxed my uterus.
I was released shortly after that, the doctor was not sure what caused the bleeding and it stopped so all was well.
Now I've been really nausious most of the day, my stomach gets tight when I walk or move around at all.
Could this mean it's almost time?
When I was pregnant with my first...I was having contr...the last month. I did not feel them though...I was put on bed rest for 2 weeks and then 2 weeks befor my due date I was induced...b/c I am a diabetic.
Not sure, I had contractions like that and they continued from 35 weeks till I was induced 10 days overdue. You can never be too careful though. I think with real labor your contractions will keep coming no matter what, but I would definitely call your Dr ASAP and let them know what's going on, especially since you are still a ways away from term. I would also just keep off your feet as much as possbile till you hear back. Good luck, and congrats on your soon to be here addition!
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