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6642814 tn?1399434758

flu-like symptoms before labor?

I am 32 weeks with baby #4.Never had symptoms like this with my others kidos. For the past couple of days i have had flu like symptoms.
Tierd.
Chills.
Nausea/vomiting
& now am having lose bowl movments.
NO FEVER though. Im always drinking water. & eating like normal. Im wondering if all of these symptoms could be a sign labor is soon. I have a history of premature water breaking@ 34....& i was taking progestrone shots but started having reactions. I had a test done@30week because i have had alot of bh contrations, i cant remember the test name "dang prego brain" well it came back positive of me having a 40% i could go into premature labor within a couple of weeks. My dr checked/ & tested me on a thursday. No cervical change. Went to the hospital the next day because of test results they checked me there. Cervix is dialated outside 1cm in 20% effaced. Could all these flu symptoms be a sign.
Moms did any one feel sick wih no fever before labor?
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6642814 tn?1399434758
Dialated alot on the outside. She didnt say what. & 1cm inside.***
Avatar universal
Flu like symptoms are definitely signs of preterm labor. Could also just be the flu but keep an eye out for  contractions . If they are Braxton hicks you should try to lay down and drink water they should stop but if they don't then I would get it checked oout
6642814 tn?1399434758
I am getting them alot. Id say 3-4 an hr. For a couple hrs but them they will stop. Thank you! I am keeping an eye on them.
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Avatar universal
Yea once they get more frequent and strong like 15-20 min apart call your doctor or go to hospital.  Good luck :)
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