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Pregnant, painful vaginal lips near vaginal bone. Sign of early labor?

im 37 weeks pregnant and my vigina lips and where my vigina bone is has started to hurt this is my third child both children were born 40 weeks just woundering could it be sign of early labour getting slight period pain to but wanting until baby kicks been haing backston hick seens 26 weeks and the baby at last check up was still posteral poition
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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First of all,Braxton-Hicks contractions are normal during pregnancy and they are harmless. The position of the baby could change once labor sets in as you are having your third baby. Early signs of labor setting in could include pain in pelvic bones as you are experiencing now in addition to backache, pain along the thighs, excessive vaginal discharge and sometimes soreness. Since you do not have all of them, you need not worry, but keep having weekly checkups with your doctor as you may attain labor even before 40 weeks, being the third time. Good luck.
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