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Am in my first pregnancy am 18 yrs old and i dont know which are the signs of labor or how contractions are???

Am 7 months and i dont really know which are the signs of labor or how you know when something is a

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Asked by EvaMaria18 at 5:21 PM on Jul. 19, 2008 in Pregnancy

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  • well if its true labor, you will know eventually. the baby wont just pop out and you going, oh i didnt know! lol. Usually its cramping, water leaking (smell it to tell the difference), bleeding. if you call your hospital or ER, theyll proabably have you come in, but they understand that you dont know, and dont feel bad about going several times. my water broke first, and I went in, and it was time! i was lucky cuz it was obvious, but when it really is the real thing, you will surely know. and being a first timer, you should have plenty of time to get to the hospital before it comes.

    Answer by briyeti at 5:27 PM on Jul. 19, 2008

  • you feel very crampy and when u have contractions u cant move, but when u are in labor u will know!!!!

    Answer by Ms.Beth1214 at 5:33 PM on Jul. 19, 2008

  • just becuae its your first child doesnt mean it will take a long time. when my sister went into labor with her first, her water broke and we took her to the hospital immediately and she had the baby within 2 hours. the second her water broke and we took her right away as well and they took her straight to delivery she had the baby within 30 min.. and the third was induced bc the doctor was going on vacation lol.

    Answer by KelsoBabeyy at 5:39 PM on Jul. 19, 2008

  • Read a couple books, which will really ease your mind, one great is What to Expect When You're Expecting. This is kind of like a guide book, so you can turn right to "7 Months" and see what you should expect to see, feel, and then on to the next few weeks...

    Answer by TXdanielly at 8:52 PM on Jul. 19, 2008

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