Ok, this is about the weirdest thing I've come across so far. On Wednesday, I started having contractions every hour, beginning around 6am but then they stopped by 2pm. I know that they were contractions of some kind (probably BHC); starting as pain in the lower back that moved to the front of my abdomen, and they were kind of intense. So...
I haven't really had any more like the ctx I had on Wednesday, but I will occasionally reach up to rub my belly, and it is as hard as a rock! Like I'm having a contraction, but don't feel any pain. Only lasts a short while but it is all tensed up. If I feel anything, it feels more like she's just putting pressure on my cervix or rolling around. But I can't tell!!! I Googled it, and it said that some women who experience this have very fast labor, which worries me a bit.
Thanks for the heads up! I'll start watching them a little more closely then; I just couldn't figure it out and have kind of been on edge since Wednesday! Fingers crossed, maybe something will happen tonight Will keep you posted!
I go back on Monday afternoon, 3:40. I'm kind of hoping she comes before then, but if she doesn't, we are going to start talking induction with my OB. I've gotten a little more used to the idea, just took me a few days for it to sink in!
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