that labors get shorter with each pregnancy, so I m thinking this delivery will be identical to my last. Any ...Good evening. I recently found out I am pregnant with my 3rd child. I was in labor with my first ...
I havr just had a baby 5 weeks ago and had stiches as I lost 2 much blood in labour and had 2 have 2 blood tranbfusions I have had black poos since and can be sore and sometimes don t want to come out when I feek I neeed to go to the toilet I am...
hi, i would love if you could help. i had a very difficult birth with my first and only baby. started getting contractions on a Wednesday evening and didn t have her till Friday. had horrific time. i had bulging water bag were my midwife wouldn t...
hi my name is debbie and this is my 5th pregnancy and normally i have silent labours so i have not really experienced lots of pain but the last couple of days i have had quite strong tightenings and lots of back and shoulder pains it feels like a...
Almost 38 wks pregnant. Increasing PVCs (around 15k/day), rapid HR, and weakness. Beta blocker not helping. Should i be worried about my heart duringlabor?
YEs you should.
Please consult a Cardiologist.
39 weeks pregnant lost mucus plug is it safe to ave sex? i do feel wet sometimes and dont know if it could be AF contractions arent that close can i b n labor?
Welcome to healthcaremagic forum.
Since you are 39 weeks pregnant,its better to avoid sex during this period as you are close to labour.
Wet feeling may be due to leakage of amniotic fluid from the uterine sac.
Check for the movements of baby in utero with hands.
I would advice you to visit your gynecologist soon if the wet feeling aggrevates.
Hope this helps out.
Plz ask further qs.
I think i am in labor but im not sure
In true labor, contractions occur at regular intervals and increase in frequency, duration and intensity as the labor progresses. Also accompanied by backache and bloody show. In false labor, contractions occur at irregular intervals.
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