In nursing school, that was what they said was the first sign of labor (could still take up to a week or more before you deliver tho). What was funny was...while we were talking about it, a girl was in my class who was prego and started having those symptoms...she didnt go to the dr casue she figured it was from talking about it..made the symptoms show ya know. Haha, anyway, she delivered the next day (was her 5th kid too, so that has something to do with the speed of delivery).
Anyway, i hope its no big deal and you are on your way to holding a brand new precious baby soon.
Hi im also 37weeks pregnant and experiencing the same things as you. last thursday i found out i was already 2 cm's dialited but its just been really this week that ive been experiencing nausea in the mornings and just the diarrehea this morning. .
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