so ive gone into early labor 3 times within the last month and each time its been stopped except for this last time which was this friday at that point i was 35 0days i was contracting every 2-3 min for the 40 min i was there during my non stress test i felt no pain but was out of breath and felt alot of pressure and tightning, the nurse then checked me and i was not dilated so they sent me home but didint give me anything at that point for contractions. Today i woke up cramping just all over my belly i dont feel sick to my stomach it just feels like hungry cramps/ period like cramps. i can handle the pain but its very uncomfortable i have had a increase of vaginal discharge as of today and diharea cramps so i go to the restroom and its not diharrea very tiny amount of anything really. its strange because when i dont feel these cramps i feel alot of pressure on my rectum as if im constipated but not. and now im having light cramping going through my lower back to the top of belly. I just dont know when to go or call l&d
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