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#1 of 5 Old 08-18-2008, 04:17 PM - Thread Starter
 
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So I have been having BH cx since 14 wks, getting stronger and more frequent the last couple of months. The last 2 times my dh and I DTD I have had some intense, really uncomfortable, painful and crampy cx that involve my lower back. (Last night was 2nd time, 1st was a few days ago).

They last a few hrs then go back to my reg. uncomfortable cx.

Anyone else?

I have 4 wks till my due date and I am hoping baby makes his/her appearance in the next 3-4 wks since I feel like my body is just barely hanging on as it is.

I have been extremely exhausted the last 3 days, even more so than normal, and I just want to sleep all of the time, even though I am sleeping really well at night (despite frequent bthrm trips).

I don't want to hurry up the next few wks but I am sooo ready to do this thing!

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Once I had started early labor, DTD made my contractions come on super strong and I went full on into labor with DD. Not saying you are in labor, but I would be concerned, personally! Right now after/during DTD I get the strong tight BH ctx, nothing more. I'm just over 35 weeks.

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During my last two pregnancies, when I was getting desperate toward the end we would DTD. It always caused painful contractions that went nowhere.

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With my first pg dtd did not seem to have any effect. Second time around it resulted in painful ctx for the last several weeks and I did go into labor after dtd but who knows if one had anything to do with the other...This time around dtd has been making me crampy for months- so much so that it is preventing us from dtd (don't worry though we are still finding plenty of alternatives).
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Guess I would have to be willing to DTD for that huh?

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