40 weeks pregnant mother

M 39 weeks preg with menstiral like cramping since a week but today i had bearable contractiin 30 min apart for nearly 6 to 7 hours...now i dont feel any pain.. is it labour or falso labor

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Hello! If the pain was same through out then it is false labor. Labor pain increases with passing time and doesn't stop completely. It does come in intervals but doesn't completely stops. False labor is good because your body is getting ready for the original labor. Hence don't worry, you will get your labor soon. Take care
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    fouzia afreen40 days ago

    Thanq v much fr the ans

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