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Sunday, November 19th 2006, 2:54pm

Irritable Uterus!

Hi all, I had a MW appointment on Friday and found out I have an irritable uterus!

It tightens up all the time and this is why I can't often feel Pip move these days as every time he does I get a 'tightening'!

These tightenings are getting more and more uncomfortable, do you think I should get advice from the hospital? I am starting to get paranoid that he is on they way but I am in latent phase of labour since last Monday, is this possible???

I haven't had a show or waters break but am getting cramping.

Thanks everyone

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EDD - 25th November
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Sunday, November 19th 2006, 3:59pm

Victoria - if you are worried at all, I would ring the ward and get some advice - I'm sure they won't mind, I hope you get some answers hunx
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Sunday, November 19th 2006, 7:36pm

i had this from 21 weeks hun...eventually my waters just broke and the contractions became regular and 'timeable'...then i knew this was business....good luck..xxx

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Sunday, November 19th 2006, 8:04pm

It is time soon pretty much anyway! :D

Good luck for the next 2 weeks :)
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Sunday, November 19th 2006, 8:14pm

Isn't this more commonly known as slow labour? But like the others say, if anything worries you in the slightest ring your delivery suite for a check up - thats why they are there :))

Good luck and hope things speed up for you :))

xxx








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Monday, November 20th 2006, 11:25am

Thanks everyone! I went into the ward last night where they made me drink ice cold water and then count the number of movements from baby. I think he was fast asleep for about 20 mins then he woke up and the Mwife was happy enough with his trace.

She has told me to keep an eye on movements everyday and if I have less than 10 by 5pm ring the ward and tell them.

To anyone else who has the same worries as me, drink a jug of ice cold water and then lie on your side quietly with hands on tummy and count movements.

Babies eh!

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BORN ON DUE DATE @ 03.00am!!!




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Monday, November 20th 2006, 11:31am

Or you can eat something very sweet and wait for baby to go hyper!
ICSI Jan 2006 - BFP
MC one twin at 6 weeks
DS born in Oct 2006
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FET 11/07, ICSI 12/07 (ABANDONED), ICSI 2/08, IUI 5/08 - BFN
Clomid IUI 7/08 BFP MC a twin... again :(


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Monday, November 20th 2006, 11:55am

Chocolatre works a treat...or sticky lemon cake!!!

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