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    Had my first contraction last night....
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    kittie_44077 posted:
    I will be starting my 8th month. Last night around 7:30pm I had a contraction. I called my doctor this morning and he said that if I have 3-4 in an hour to get to the hospital and begin another non-stress test. I already go for these now once a week due to the cerclage when I was 4 months along. The baby's head is already there at the cervix and I have already dropped. Any advice?
    kristin(33) dh(33); 2 m/c, 1 sept 2009 and 1 june 2010.  Currently on Heparin shots for 3 different clot issues, cerclage @ 4 months.  Due Sept 7th 2011
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