36 weeks pregnant mother

Question: How to recognize delivery pains?

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Answer: Hie Delivery pains are just period like cramp just a bit more intense You will know when it happens They come after specific interval and are consistent Like contraction in the uterus region However in case of any fluid discharge consult your gynaclogist right away
Answer: Hello dear. Few of the labor signs are: The baby drops. Strong and regular contractions. Water breaks. Lower back pain and cramping. Bloody vaginal discharge. Diarrhea or nausea. Hope this information was helpful.
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    Shanthi Suma238 days ago

    Baby drops compulsory?

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    Shanthi Suma238 days ago

    Baby drops compulsory?

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    sara meenuwit238 days ago

    during delivery pain..water breakage ll b there.brown colour discharge ll happen.u ll experience pain in ur back stomach thighs like in periods.it ll come n go.it ll b severe..

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    Ravinarayana Dasar238 days ago

    How do i recognise deli ery pains

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    Anonymous Mom238 days ago

    Is sex safe during 8th month of pregnency

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    smitha harshavardhan238 days ago

    Yes intercourse is allowed. A baby isn't hurt when a pregnant woman and her partner intercourse. The amniotic sac and the strong muscles of the uterus protect the baby, and the thick mucus plug that seals the cervix helps guard against infection.

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