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Symptoms of True Labour Pain

If you haven’t given birth to a baby before, you may additionally anticipate that you'll just "know" when the time has arrived to have your baby. But in reality, the onset of genuine labor is no longer without problems, and occasions leading up it can drag on for days. Remember, that your due date is truly a point of reference and it's very common for labor to start any time between two weeks earlier than and two weeks after this date.

Labor May Be Nearing If You Notice One Or More Of These Signs:

Bloody show: If you have blood-tinged or brownish vaginal discharge, it means your cervix has dilated enough to expel the mucus plug that sealed it for the last nine months. This is a good sign, but active labor may still be days away.

Your baby moves less: Women often notice that their baby is less active the day before labor kicks in. No one is sure why this might be, but one theory is that the baby is simply saving his energy for the big event. If you notice decreased movement, contact your gynecologist.

Your water breaks: When the amniotic sac ruptures, you'll feel fluid leak from your vagina in a trickle or a gush. If this happens, your labor may need to be induced, since the likelihood of infection goes up once your baby's sterile bubble bursts. For other women, the amniotic sac doesn't rupture until labor is well underway.

Symptoms of True Labour Pain

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