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Question: Week 37 but not get labour pain.wats the reason

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Answer: Normal gestational period is up to 40 weeks. Sometime if everything goes smoothly can wait until 42 weeks. If everything is normal you can comfortably nourish your child inside your womb and relax for the time to come
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Question: I am 37 week pargnant how i get labour pain
Answer: Every woman's experience of labour is different. You may only be able to work out when labour truly started after you've been through it! However, changes that take place in pre-labour and early labour may cause tell-tale signs and symptoms that labour is imminent. In pre-labour or early labour (the latent phase), you may have:  Persistent lower back pain or abdominal pain, with a pre-menstrual feeling and cramps. Painful contractions or tightenings that may be irregular in strength and frequency, and may stop and start. Broken waters. Your membranes may rupture with a gush or a trickle of amniotic fluid. Although this can happen long before labour starts, you should still call your maternity unit to let them know. A brownish or blood-tinged mucus discharge (bloody show). If you pass the mucus plug that blocks the cervix, labour could start soon, or in a few days. It's a sign that things are moving along. An upset tummy or loose bowels. A period of feeling emotional, excited or moody. You may feel restless, anxious or impatient.
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Question: I am 37 week pregnant but i am not having labour pain what to do
Answer: Labour usually starts at 38weeks or 39weeks.... Don't stress out as labour can occur as late as 42weeks... So go for a short walk for 30mins Relax Take a warm shower Do Kegal and squatting excersise So all this will help in opening your pelvic bone. Hope this helps
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Question: What are the symptoms of labour at week 37?
Answer: Hi soon to be mom, here are the few pre labour signs try to observe any changes during this time. Persistent lower back pain or abdominal pain, with a pre-menstrual feeling and cramps. Painful contractions or tightenings that may be irregular in strength and frequency, and may stop and start. Broken waters. Your membranes may rupture with a gush or a trickle of amniotic fluid. Although this can happen long before labour starts, you should still call your maternity unit to let them know. A brownish or blood-tinged mucus discharge (bloody show). If you pass the mucus plugthat blocks the cervix, labour could start soon, or in a few days. It's a sign that things are moving along. An upset tummy or loose bowels. A period of feeling emotional, excited or moody. You may feel restless, anxious or impatient. Disrupted sleep. Waiting to hear good news!!
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