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Old 03-11-2013, 05:32 PM   #11
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Yep. I got them so frequently with DS that my OB became concerned about ptl. My cervix stayed long and closed though until a couple weeks before go time. And I went past my due date. So I'm going to try not to freak out over them this time.

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I get them early on and often. No biggie. I don't think bh create cervical change.

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Old 03-11-2013, 05:44 PM   #12
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Re: BH anyone?

yep, a few, but nothing regular. I especially get them if on my back, or changing position.
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Old 03-11-2013, 06:12 PM   #13
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I get them early on and often. No biggie. I don't think bh create cervical change.
No, I don't think so either. My OB was just concerned since I was having a lot of ctx that some of them could be changing things. They weren't though.

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I have been having them for a few weeks now, they're still really mild though.
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I have been having them for 3-4 weeks. Mostly, they stop me in my tracks for a few seconds until I get used to it. They aren't labor painful, but they still hurt like heck. I did not have them (that I noticed) with DD or DS, so this is sort of new for me.
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Yes. Ive especially had them today. Last week when I went for my apt my ob said it was totally normal even at 17wks. They are irritating though!
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I get them early on and often. No biggie. I don't think bh create cervical change.
im with you.. mine started at about 20 weeks with dd and my cervix wouldn't dilate with her for nothing.
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im with you.. mine started at about 20 weeks with dd and my cervix wouldn't dilate with her for nothing.
This was me too. I had BH all the TIME with DD1. My OB tried to induce me at 37 1/2 weeks (that story is for another time), and I didn't dilate AT ALL. I was still closed completely even after 48 hours of induction.
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This was me too. I had BH all the TIME with DD1. My OB tried to induce me at 37 1/2 weeks (that story is for another time), and I didn't dilate AT ALL. I was still closed completely even after 48 hours of induction.
I would love to hear THAT story. Poor you : (
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This was me too. I had BH all the TIME with DD1. My OB tried to induce me at 37 1/2 weeks (that story is for another time), and I didn't dilate AT ALL. I was still closed completely even after 48 hours of induction.
I often wonder some doctors are thinking. Hopefully there was a medical reason that made your doctor think this was the right thing to do. That sounds just miserable :-(

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