Similar Questions with Answers
Question: My due was on April 20 , but i didn't get any labor symptoms like mucus plug discharge,back pain..
Answer: Hi dear, After 37 weeks you can feel labour pain anytime. It could be start earlier and later your due date. Labour pain is a natural process. There is not a fix time to start, you can consider around your due date. Find ways to relax. Labour will not begin if you're tense, worried or trying hard to start labour. ..false pain like a labour pain, it starts and stop after 1-2 hours. Actual labour pain start from back and spread abdomen, legs and whole body paining at a same time, pain will be increase every minute. It comes and go again and again but don't stop. if you find that symptoms. Visit ur doctor as soon as possible....
Question: My due date is March 2, but still i didn't get any pain .... is that any problem?
Answer: Hello dear. Your doctor may still ask you to wait for another week and if your baby has taken the head down position you may soo get the pains. Try home remedies like eating lots of pineapple, drinking rasberry leaf tea, stimulating nipple and having sex ws they help in inducing pains naturally. Hope it helps.
Question: Hi ...my due is on may 21st bt still didn't get labor pain...? plz rpy I'm worried
Answer: No need to worry it's normal...Relax. Try to avoid being alone. Spend lots of time with your family and friends.Your task is to keep yourself from worrying too much...Rest. Get as much sleep as you can. Once your new baby comes, you’re in for some serious sleep deprivation.
Shop. Now is the best time to go shopping for meals to stock up your freezer. Once your baby is born, you’ll be grateful that you have a bunch of food at your house
Meditate. Sit in an open, quiet area and try to meditate. Meditation will help you and your baby relax. Fresh air can also be magically energizing. It can help you have positive thoughts and calm your mind.
Climbing stairs may help you induce labor, as taking big steps and lifting your legs high puts pressure on your cervix.
Patience is something you’ll need to raise your baby, so try taking a deep breath and enjoying your last few days of pregnancy.