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due date.

Well, reached my due date today. I've been having brutal latent labour for weeks, .and have been admitted twice because the contractions were so strong, but still no baby. It keeps quitting and I leave labour and delivery still pregnant. Ugh. I have an induction date for the 24th, but I'm hoping my body can do it alone before then. These contractions have been as painful as my active labour contractions at 4cm with my son! I have no idea how I am going to know for sure when it's real labour, till it gets really bad, and I'm GBS positive, an hour from the hospital, and having my third baby! Sheesh. Feels like a big mess right now.
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