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Pregnant tested positive for FFN. Cramps and pain while urination. Concerned

Hi my name is elizabeth I'm 33and 6 days I've been tested positive 3times for FFN baby is low and head down and I get lots of painful Braxton hicks or tightenings. Doctors feel as nothing is happening to cervix. But recently I've getting more menstral-like cramps more clear mucusy discharge and trouble and pains urinating and many UTI all negative .. What's going on or what should I do?
Asked On : Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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The menstrual like cramps and the mucoid discharge that you are getting these days is likely to be related to the Braxton Hick's contractions. If this is more frequent then the length of cervical canal needs to be assessed.
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Answered: Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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