Maybe.. wait and see if something pops out.
You could be having what they call braxton hicks contractions...this is your uterus preparing for your baby to be born...Congrats on your pregnancy! Or you could be going in to Labor!
My midwife told me you go when REAL CONTRACTIONS ARE: 5 minutes apart....Lasting 1 minute.....And for 1 hour THAT IS WHEN YOUR IN TRUE LABOR
If your contractions are three min. apart then you probably already are in labor especially if you are already dilated and 80% effaced. If the contractions aren't regular then you aren't in labor but if it turns out that your not then you will most likely be going into labor really soon.
Contractions can start two weeks before the due date to two weeks after. Contractions are only the first steps you should contact your physician to determine how far apart they are and what the next steps are. Yes, you should definitely call an ambulance. Contractions can lead to labor so you shouldn't take them in a non serious manner.
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It is possible that your cervix will never dilate and therefore you need to have a c-section.
Are your contractions regular, meaning, have they been 3 mins apart now for the last hour? If they have been I would say your in labor and to go to the hospital.
Should be right after, since normally water breaks after you feeling contractions in minutes apart as sign of early labor phase
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I bet by the time you read this answer you will have delivered.
Call the doctor, like now
Have you spoken to your doctor, obstetrician or midwife about this yet? If not, I really advice phoning them or going to the hospital because your contractions are pretty close together. It is possible that these could still be Braxton Hicks contractions. But they could be the start of labour. It's important to get checked out.
You start the timing at the begining of one contraction until the pain stops, and time how long it lasts. This shows how long the contractions are, but in order to get the correct time apart for each contraction you time from the beginning of one contraction to the beginning of the next. This will give you the correct length of the contractions and the correct time for how far apart the contractions are getting. You need to be sure to keep a timer going, and to write all of the times down as soon as you begin your contractions. Be sure to take this information to your hospital or midwives when you go to give birth, they will need to know the timing. - annonymous (information received via a Pregnancy class in Texas)
You need to be in the hospital
It would feel quite painful - you would get torn apart.
The least painful way would be to shaver. A shaver is much better than waxing because waxing can be very painful. When you wax it will make you feel like your skin ripped apart.
Braxton Hicks can be quite regular and can come 5 or 10 minutes apart but they are not making changes in the cervix. The easiest way to tell Braxton Hicks from true labor is to drink a glass of water or juice, and change your activity. If walking, lie down - if lying down, take a walk. Labor will not stop when you move around or stop what you are doing, Braxton Hicks generally will. If you are having regular contractions it is best to call your doctor or hospital for an evaluation - many women have quite painful Braxton Hick's and many women have very little pain from early contractions that could signal early labor.
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Yes it is painful, especially when you chew. Your gums are splitting apart for the molars to come out.
If you are having a period then you are not pregnant.
If this is 1st pregnancy, you have awhile yet. If not your first, almost.