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Pregnant. Started contraction, back pain and throbbing, pressure on bowels. Are these early signs of labour?

Hi, I m due tomorrow, Monday 2nd of July. First pregnancy. On the 28th on June I had contractions 6 minutes apart, rang the hospital and they said there not close enough and they weren t strong enough either. They stopped that night, and came back through the day on the 29th abit more painful but more irregular. I ve had constant back ache and sometimes it starts to throb, which is quiet painful. I have alot of pressure on my bowels and bladder and just wondering if these are early signs of labour? As Ive been having alot of constant back pain , thank you
Asked On : Wed, 4 Jul 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern what the symptoms you stated here is not the sign of labour but this could be non specific type of complain generally seen in full term gestational period and no need to worry about this, if you still have a doubt then you can see the gynecologist, hope this information helps you, have a nice day.
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