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#1 of 5 Old 12-05-2008, 03:11 AM - Thread Starter
 
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So for a long time I didn't feel any BH, and then I started to notice them. However, the last 2 days I've felt really sick to my stomach, especially when having a BH contraction. I've had near-constant heartburn again but the worst is the nausea. The ctx come and go and aren't getting any stronger or more regular. Is it normal to feel nauseous with BH? Also, I haven't had any diarrhea, but have had LOTS of gas and gas cramps. This is new too. Normal? Yes? No?
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My EDD is december 21 and I have most of the same symptoms that you are talking about. I just feel kind of sick/nauseous throughout the day, my esophagus feels like it is a permanent state of openess (meaning I am barfing in my mouth several times a day) and I too am a bit gassy suddenly. Also, my cramping has defnintely picked up in intensity. Ahhh, impending labor...lovely, isn't it? Now, I think these are all normal signs and symptoms that our bodies are getting ready - that doesn't mean that we will go into labor any time soon, but just a reminder that things are changing and a baby is coming. I just try and remind myself that when labor starts, it starts, and generally there is a big enough change in symptoms that you KNOW it starts.

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My EDD is december 21 and I have most of the same symptoms that you are talking about. I just feel kind of sick/nauseous throughout the day, my esophagus feels like it is a permanent state of openess (meaning I am barfing in my mouth several times a day) and I too am a bit gassy suddenly. Also, my cramping has defnintely picked up in intensity. Ahhh, impending labor...lovely, isn't it? Now, I think these are all normal signs and symptoms that our bodies are getting ready - that doesn't mean that we will go into labor any time soon, but just a reminder that things are changing and a baby is coming. I just try and remind myself that when labor starts, it starts, and generally there is a big enough change in symptoms that you KNOW it starts.

Hang in there!!!!

I could have written this post myself. I'm experiencing the same exact symptoms. My EDD is the 24th. Fun, fun

2/07; First time momma to Colton 12/10/08
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Me too! My MW said that when true labor starts people around you will deff notice. You start to do the puckered lip/breathing faster thing. And it will be hard to talk through them.

Ironically after I had my membranes stripped, my ctx stopped...wha?? I feel way more pressure down there...but no ctx. I am losing my plug more and more each day, and might have even had my bloody show(not really sure), and for the most part I feel ok. We went walking at the mall tonight and I was able to walk the entire thing..up and down...with out having 1 ctx...??? Am I really pg? Is there a baby in there to give birth to?????????????????
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Yes, I have nausea with ctx. But I have had nausea all along, so it's not anything new.

Definitely not fun.
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