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Old 03-10-2005, 09:27 AM   #1
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Talking Irritable uterus??

I had this with my second and had it throughout my preg until she was born at 36 weeks. I had contractions everyday until her birth day. Anyone elss go through this?

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Old 03-17-2005, 10:27 AM   #2
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Re: Irritable uterus??

They were non-progressive........... I was dialted to 1 but they delivered me early because the contractions were strong, a little painful and thought it was best for the baby.

Old 03-17-2005, 10:54 AM   #3
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Re: Irritable uterus??

I have an irritable uterus too. My son was born at 37 weeks. I was dilated to a 1 at 35 weeks. I've had it this PG too, but here I am at 38 weeks and I'm just now beginning to dilate.

Mine are worst late at night when I'm tired or when I walk alot, or when I have to pee.
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Old 03-17-2005, 06:13 PM   #4
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Re: Irritable uterus??

I have this problem also. Im 29 weeks and have had the contractions since I was 14 weeks. They told me it was my irriatable uterus so who knows I just hope the day I hit 37 weeks I go into labor

Old 03-21-2005, 10:36 PM   #5
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Re: Irritable uterus??

The Dr's never gave me a word for it, but that sounds like what I had. At 32 weeks I was hospitalized for a week with preterm contractions. Even on the maximum dose of medication to stop contractions I was still having 9/hr. So they sent me to another hospital That had a NICU by ambulance...the contractions never did go away and because of the sideeffects the meds caused I was off them by the 3rd day. Luckily the contractions weren't doing anything so they let me go home on restricted activity. Our daughter was born at just over 36 weeks and was healthy. I'm wondering if this baby will be much the same, I find with this pregnancy I am going through the stages I went through with the first pregnancy sooner...the bones shifting and causing pain is the most noticable right now. I am also carrying lower and am bigger at this stage of pregnancy than I was with the first. Trying to decide how long I will work up to, to try and avoid the preterm labor thing again...I was curious to know if anyone had repeat irritable uterus pregnancies that made them deliver before term?

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