The monitors show contractions but all you feel is tightening why?
Every human body is different into how we feel pain. A contraction is esentially a cramp, or a tightening of the muscles. Some woman feel severe pain with very mild contractions, and others can deliver a baby naturally and say they felt discomfort. As contractions progress, pain progresses as well. I have seen woman be in the beginning stages of labor and not even know when they were haveing a contraction, others have described what you are: a tightening feeling, and others want an epideral from the getgo; although, most epiderals cannot be given until after 4 centameters dialated or more! Enjoy your lack of pain, many women envy you!
What punctuation mark is used to show the possessive form of a noun and is used to show that a letter or letters have been left out of a contraction?
The mother will still show signs of labor. She will still have contractions if labor is progressing-- if it stops there is a problem. If you gently feel her belly, you may be able to feel the babies. If a kitten is partway out the birth canal but doesn't come out, immediately take mother and all born kittens to a vet or the mom could die.
LCD computer monitore are the best on the line right now. Even though they may be a little pricey they are well worth the money that you are going to spend on one. LCD monitors have the capacity to show much more detail than traditional monitors. If you are doing graphics, video, or design work, LCD is recommended, but it is more expensive.
No. Some people just need to show their emotions and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that. Nobody is "lame" based on how they feel. And anyone who thinks that is probably just afraid to show how they really feel. They're jealous of your ability to feel confident enough to let your emotions show.
Braxton Hicks contractions can occur far before labor actually begins, though sometimes they might occur shortly before a woman goes into labor. The first "true" labor sensations can be anything from crampiness to "full blown" contractions to losing one's mucous plug to having bloody show to experiencing loose stool or to feeling one's water break.