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Could this be premature labor
Ive been have contractions and cant tell if they are braxton hicks or not they hurt but they are irregular as well. Im extremely exhausted i cant harldy walk from one end of the house to he other and i dont have a big house. I cant get comfortable no matter what i do. My back it throbbing from pain but its mostly just annoying.
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I would say braxton hicks I'm 35 weeks and experiencing exactly what you just explained to a T contractions and if I walk a couple feet then sit my back throbs and throbs for a minute or so .....as long as you don't have bleeding and you can't time the contractions unfortunately this is how we are gunna feel for a little longer ....good luck and some Tylenol and a warm bath sometimes helps me
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How far along are you? I have heard of people feeling them mostly in their back but not sure what you are experiencing. But would def be regular if you were in real labor so could be pre labor.
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Im 33 weeks saturday
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