Going through all the posts/questions I see so many about back pain, BH, contractions, cramps, water breaking, etc. Im 34w3dys, and I feel like I have the normal pains, movement, discharge etc.. or atleast I think they're normal! Basically I feel like im gonna overlook something and not know when the real thing is happening, LOL. Anyone else feel like that? Im nervous im gonna be that pregnant girl that has no clue her water broke & is in labor & wont make it to the hospital in time! haha..
Guess its time to do some reading & make sure I know for sure what to pay attention to!
I had what i think might of been braxton hicks last night.... a pain going all around the top of my bump under my ribs and around my back... my stomach was rock hard while i had the pain. It was more of an ache tho than an unbearable pain x
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