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Question: 3 days left abhi tk labour pain ka koi sign nhi h?
Answer: Hi dear,
I can understand your impatience.to get natural labor pain ,you have no other option but to wait.
Some of the early signs of labor are:
1- pinkish or reddish mucous discharge
2- dull back or abdomen ache
4-urge to empty bowels
5- strong and regular and continuous contractions
6- baby drops
Though you can try following tips to induce pain naturally:
1- eating spicy food
2- taking some castor oil
3- eating pineapple
4- doing sex
If post 40 weeks ,no pain starts,you might need to be induced.Also refer the healofy app for daily updates on baby development and growth,as well as pregnancy care.it also gives you enormous info on post delivery baby care and diet.donot miss out!
Question: Mere 9 months complete ho gye h but abhi tk labour pain ka koi sign nhi h..
Dear Kai baar aisa hota hai ki 40 weeks or last day tak labour pain is koi sign nai hota so aap chinta na kare agar possible hai to thodi walk kare usse apko aram milega..
Question: Mere edd 24june h pr abhi tk koi pain nhi h kb tk wait kru labour pain ka
Answer: Dear u can wait till 24th. Till then look for syptoms and do the exercises recommended for third trimester for normal delivery.
In the first stage of labour, your contractionsgradually open your cervix. ... Early contractions may feel like period pain. You may have cramps or backache, or both. Or you may just have aching or heaviness in the lower part of your tummy.
six common signs to look for when the baby might be on its way.
The baby drops. ...
Strong and regular contractions. ...
Her water breaks. ...
Lower back pain and cramping. ...
Bloody vaginal discharge. ...
Diarrhea or nausea.
Other signs of preterm labor include vaginal bleeding or spotting, unusual vaginal discharge, abdominal pain, pressure in your pelvic area, or low back pain. Your waterbreaks or you suspect that you're leaking amniotic fluid.
Early labor will last approximately 8-12 hours. Your cervix will efface and dilate to 3 cm. Contractions will last about 30-45 seconds, giving you 5-30 minutes of rest between contractions. Contractions are typically mild and somewhat irregular but become progressively stronger and more frequent.