Hey all mamas, so Ill be 40wks tmrw and ive been at 1cm for a week, lost my plug a few days after my apt last week..but finally had the "bloody show" which was Tues 6/25/13... been having on n off painful ctx's and actually felt my shorts get wet but just a little bit! My doc said to go to hospital as soon as my water breaks to put me on antibiotics due to GSB...if im saying that right, im puzzled as to if my water broke already and if all those sound like early labor?? Help me out mamas...im a ftm...i think i have an idea but just wanted to hear what you guys thought??!!
Thanks shastas84...i did change and ive been dry now, just feeling those ctxs still, im so bad at timing them though, lol...but i would say theyre about 5-10mins apart, some are intense some not so much, i think thats why i brush it off!!!
My water never broke with baby number 2 it just sprung a leak I would go to l&d they can do a quick test to see if ur water us leaking... If it us u can catch an infection that can harm your baby. Best wishes
Thnx julz, i will def check it out first thing in the morning, my edd is tmrw anyways...sooo ill call my docs office n take it from there, hopefully ive progressed a lot more!! Thnx for looking out u guys...B-)
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