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cramps! :Sworried

33 weeks pregnant & I've been having some cramps like if i was gona get my pd. What's wrong?
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I got those too and it was just because I was dialating
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They sound like Braxton hicks. To minimize them, make sure you stay hydrated and when you start getting a cramp or pain try switching positions, stand up, walk around, etc and this should help stop the pain.
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I'm 34 weeks and I've been getting cramps and lots of pressure I'm guessing there just the Braxton hicks. They are kinda painful to. I never had them with my older 2 and I didn't dilate much, maybe this is a sign ill dilate farther.
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I have had them lots with this pregnancy as well, and nothing with my first 2. My dr told me that he only way I should worry about them, is if you have them consistently. Like more than 4 an hour.
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I as well! The cramps are not that strong to me because they feel like period cramps but they go away after 30 seconds so they don't last for too long. I am also 33 weeks and these are just false labor pains so I'm good unless they become stronger then I would go to the hospital.
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I've been getting these, I assumed it was my body preparing for the birth or he was trying to engage.
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