37 weeks pregnant mother

Question: How to know when start labour pain

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Answer: Hi.. It depends on individual to individual. I can tell you few such as cramping in regular intervals, with increased back pain, vaginal discharge colour changes, loose feeling joints, water bag bursts, stronger and more frequent contractions etc.. If you feel any of these, contact your gynaecologist immediately.. When labour will begin you will not be able to sit, it will be intolerable pain..
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    Pooja Singh29 days ago


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