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Question: my edd 28 Feb I had lower abdominal and back pain last night now its go can it be labour?

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Answer: Hii, it is a kind of labour pain, you can feel many times before delivery. 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....
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