Im due 24th Feb and think i may of been having contractions today just seeing how they go should really go in now where its still early but my partners at work and got my son in bed what did the start of your contractions feel like to make you go into hospital as i really cant remember with my son
The first time i went into labor with him, i could not feel the contractions at all. I felt like i had the flu & really bad siatic (sciatic) nerve pain but my hubby was very persistant on going in. We were staying at my gmas at the time so er was only option cuz insurance wouldnt cover dr offices there. Anyway, they sent me to l&d even though i felt i didnt need it. and hooked me up to fetal monitor & iv (since i had a temp) now, i mostly sit here with hand above belly to keep better track since im still only feeling about every 3rd one.
If your baby was to come that right now, he/she would be fine. Probably would only have to stay in NICU for a week or two. I know thats not what any of us want, but he/she would be just fine. Just take a deep breathe, and if you believe in God ask God to watch over you and baby. I am sure all will be okay. It would be great though if they could keep you pregnant until 35-37 weeks. Good luck momma!
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