What are Braxton Hicks contractions? How can I tell the difference between Braxton Hicks and true labor contractions? What can I do if my Braxton Hicks contractions are making me uncomfortable? When ...
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ok so i've had a few back aches and slight cramping feelings, maybe once a day or less, and when i told my doctor last friday he said they were probably braxton hicks contractions and left it at ...
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As early as six weeks into all pregnancies, the uterus, which is a large muscle, begins to contract rhythmically.
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on a treadmill or stationary bike my tummy gets real hard. It is uncomfortable, but not painful. Are these Braxton-Hicks contractions?
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Braxton Hicks contractions are contractions of the uterus during pregnancy. They are characterized by a painless tightening of the uterus, occurring sporadically and infrequently from approximately ...
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Many times, pregnant women will experience contractions that are similar to labor contractions, but are infrequent, irregular, and probably painless.
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Perhaps the biggest question on most women's minds during pregnancy is whether they will be able to identify true vs. false labor.
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You may have heard this funny phrase before you were pregnant, but now you really want to know what it means.
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