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Answered 2007-02-08 18:17:41

Yes and No.It depends on your body shape and type and how big the baby is.With my first pregnancy i had no pains at all not even when my water broke,i went into labor at 7am and my daughter came at 832am i pushed 5 times,pushing hurt me the most. but wit this pregnancy i have been having pains since i was about 4 months they told me its because my baby is large and doesnt have very much room to move around. But when the head drops into position there is a feeling a lots of pressure like everything on the inside is going to come out. i wish u the best of luck and you can also try some pregnancy exsercises to help relieve the pain.

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