Yea.. I agree. You cant slow it and I really wouldnt want to. It will deff help when you are in labor to be further dialated! With my last daughter I was a 4 at 33 weeks and went to 5 by 36 and delivered her at 41 weeks in a matter of an hr (thanks to being so far dialated). Kind of was terrible though. I was thinking for over a month that I was going to go into labor any day... It was too much worrying. Dont waste your time on thinking its going to happen. It could but doesnt mean it will. Just cross your fingers because every woman is different.View Thread
Mine was tinged with pink when I lost mine as well. I lost mine actually a few hrs before I went into labor. It was a pretty big chunk. I was losing it for the last wk, but tiny little pieces here and there. Nothing big. This was with my last one. Nothing yet with this one.... Good luck ladies.View Thread
I agree with BekahS. I am on my 4th and 25w5d and I have had that towards the end with all of them. I think it is the baby or it could still be stretching. It does still stretch down there. Your uterus is getting heavier and pushing down. My OB told me that could be part of it too. But it does feel like stabbing huh. It may get worse the more baby drops. I am just tired of feeling like my belly is going to pop because I have to pee so bad. LOLView Thread
Ok so I haven't saw anything about this for a while, but I want all the opinions I can get. I am not far enough yet but I am super curious. This is my 4th pregnancy and I am wanting to have him and be done. I am ready to not be pregnant anymore. I have heard so much about these different cohashes just haven't heard much about using it. I would like to hear from experts too if possible. Im not sure how to ask them. I have called an herbal specialist and they say as far as they know it is safe to take and has a high % of starting labor. I am going to try this if others have had no problems. I know you are your own person, but if it worked for others, it may work for me. Any comments???View Thread
You should always wash them because your baby could have an allergic reaction to the starch in new cloths or different things the cloths could have been around... Never know. Just to be on the safe side for baby I would. Good luck on your delivery coming up!View Thread
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