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Question: What are the signs of labour pain...

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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 tightening 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. Disrupted sleep. Waiting to hear good news!!
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