Hello, I am almost 39 weeks pregnant and have not had any braxton hicks contractions at all (atleast i dont think i have)... Infact i have had no signs at all telling me that labour will be coming along shortly. I am certain of my dates as each ultrasound i have had has been almost spot on everytime. Is anyone else having or had this problem?
when i was pregnant with my 2 sons i didn't have any braxton hicks at all,i am now 37 weeks along, my first due date was 2 days ago, but by my ultrasound i am not due till november 20, which i don't think is right, but with everything that's been going on i will probably be having it very soon!!! i have been having braxton hicks for the last month, very different from my previous pregnancies. every pregnancy is different.
Thanks very much, it is very reassuring to know that i can still go into labour without having had braxton hicks before.... i was just terrified that little baby was going to stick it out as long as she can.... i just want this pregnancy to be over already!
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