SIGNS OF LABOUR
pregnant woman is nervous and wonders how she will recognise
when her labour starts. Well you are unlikely to mistake the
signs of labour when the time really comes but if you are
in doubt you can contact your doctor and take advice. Listed
below are the usual signs that labour is beginning.
will start to come regularly, will last for more than 30
seconds and begin to feel stronger. Gradually they will
become longer, stronger and more frequent.
or the aching, heavy feeling that some women get during
is the plug that seals the womb comes away either before
labour starts or early in labour. It comes out of the vagina,
which is a small amount of sticky pink mucus with a little
breaking-the bag of water in which the baby is floating
may break before labour starts. If the water breaks you
will notice either a slow trickle from your vagina or a
sudden gush of water that you cant control.
- Nausea or