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Pregnant. Feeling mild contractions. Normal?

hi ,
i'm in my 18th week, facing contractions for like the last month , was moving a lot and last time i did the ultra - sound i saw a big mass of contractions , the thing is that i'm lying on my back for like the last 2 days and having a non stop contractions in my stomach not too strong , but i can feel it it annoys me , please advise me wht to do and is that normal ??
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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Thanks for your query. It looks like THREATENED ABORTIOn(not preterm pain as it is less than 20 weeks)....... I suggest you get examined by OBGY specialist and get a Obst scan and cervical length. you are more risk for preterm pain in future.

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Answered: Sat, 18 May 2013
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