34 weeks pregnant mother

Question: 33weeks pregnant.. cervix length 2.7 and irregular braxton hicks contractions.. is it a cause to worry?

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Answer: Braxton Hicks is nothing to worry about but cervix length is little alarming. Limiting your activity can also help ease the feeling of vaginal pressure you get when the baby is sitting low against your cervix. Any time you have an increase in pressure, be sure to contact your healthcare provider Being dehydrated can cause your uterus to start contracting. Be sure to drink at least eight 8-ounce glasses of water or other caffeine-free beverages each day. Drink even more when the weather is warm, even if you are indoors. You should be drinking enough that it makes your urine clear. A full bladder can also cause contractions, so don’t wait to get to the bathroom when you feel the urge.
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