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Question: What are the symptoms of early labour?

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Answer: Hello Dear Every woman's labour is different. Some common things that happen when labour starts or is about to start. *Persistent lower back pain or abdominal pain, with pre-menstrual feeling and cramps. *Painful contractions that occur at regular and increasingly shorter intervals, and become longer and stronger in intensity. *Broken waters. Your membranes may rupture with a gush or a trickle of amniotic fluid. *A brownish or blood-tinged mucus discharge (bloody show). *An upset tummy or loose bowels. *A period of feeling very emotional or moody. *Disrupted sleep. *Lightening, when your baby's head begins to drop into position in your pelvis. You may be able to breathe more deeply and eat more. However, you'll need to pee more frequently, and walking may be more difficult. *Heavier and more vaginal discharge. *More frequent and noticeably more intense Braxton Hicks contractions. *Mood swings and a surge of energy. Take care
Answer: Hello, I'm happy to help. Few of the labor signs are: The baby drops. Strong and regular contractions. Water breaks. Lower back pain and cramping. Bloody vaginal discharge. Diarrhea or nausea. All the best.
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