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Old 01-08-2007, 04:57 PM   #1
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Is nauseus a sign of pre-labour

For a few days now, I have been feeling a bit nauseus and this morning I woke a little like I had a fever, it is 37.3 which on the side of the thermometer means that is ok, but I feel that it's hot to me. My braxton hicks have actually slowed down, they have been uncomfortable and going tight every 20 or 15 minutes but now I hardly feel them, usually I feel them when sitting but I am lucky to feel one, what does that mean? could my body be getting ready yet, I'm 36 weeks today, I have so much mucousy stuff, since the 29 December and it's getting worse, I'm eating heaps, and I go through days where I nest, then another day I feel exhausted all of a sudden, and I haven't done anything, the baby is slowly moving now not so much anymore, like it's so cramped, or maybe conserving it's energy for birth, I have been having this intuition that this baby won't make it another 4 weeks, just my body or guess, maybe wishful thinking.

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Old 01-08-2007, 05:02 PM   #2
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Re: Is nauseus a sign of pre-labour

Oh yes, for me it was! I had morning sickness with ds in the beginning of the pregnancy. When I was 38 weeks, I remember being at the mall with my mom, and said to her, we have to leave, I'm going to pass out or throw up. That was a Monday, i had ds on Saturday! i remember the nausea coming back a week or two before that mall thing. Hope this helps! Good luck!!!!!!
Addition- Also, the night before I went into labor, I was soo nauseous, and went ot bed early, I thought I was sick, but no, I woke up at 6am with contractions, and had him 12 hours later.

Old 01-08-2007, 06:26 PM   #3
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Re: Is nauseus a sign of pre-labour

I learned last week in my prenatal class that yes nausea is a sign of pre-labor and a lot of the time diarrhea goes with it. Good luck!

Old 01-09-2007, 04:05 AM   #4
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Re: Is nauseus a sign of pre-labour

I've been feeling nauseous lately, too. I told my doc about it and basically she said sometimes morning sickness comes back.

Old 01-09-2007, 04:58 AM   #5
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Re: Is nauseus a sign of pre-labour

Mel-Mel, yes! And the morning I woke up with contractions, I had diarrhea like 8 times, sorry TMI, but it's just your body's way of cleaning out!

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