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Seems like everyone has different experiences! Do you think having an anterior placenta could change the way things are felt? I can distinctly tell the difference between the baby moving and cramping, but not sure about anything else.
I hate that I don't know whether this could happen in days or weeks. I don't want to go into labor at work. I don't quite understand how contractions can be timed, but I guess I will when the time comes.
Already!?!?! ~ Lori, doula, childbirth educator, wife to Jermaine 6/04, and mom to two happy and energetic boys - Tatum 6/06 and Keegan 3/09
yes, you will know.
And, yes, they sound like they might be real contractions that you may experience off and on either for a couple weeks or just hours, and considered early stages of labor. Thats exactly how I'd describe mine the first day of labor with ds.
Good luck. Drink a bunch of water, then you'll get a better gauge if they stop or not - whether it may lead into a real labor or not.
Oh and second what jenny said, too!
S, mama to L(DD)-12/04, K(DS1)-12/06, C(DS2)-03/09 & B(DS3)-05/11
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