36 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hello mam.... I am having pain in under stomac

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Answer: Hi dear, 1-observe the frequency of your pain or contractions first. Labor pains will happen at regular intervals and get more intense at each interval. They may start as far apart as every 20 to 30 minutes. Call the doctor when contractions are five minutes or fewer apart. 2-they generally originate at abdomen just like period cramps but stronger.it also radiates to lower back 3-true labor pains won't go away,if you change position or do some physical activity unlike false labor.true labor pains would be continuous 4-duration of pain would increase as the time passes.it may extend 30-90 seconds each pain 5-cervix beginning to dialates,if you observe any blood stained mucous coming out with pain 6-watch clear odourless water like discharge called amniotic fluid coming out too
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