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You do not need to use a full stop at the end of contractions, because the last letter of the original word is still present. My real contractions felt like I had pulled a groin muscle, in that frontal pubic region. My contractions had been coming and going most of the afternoon and were very strong. I could talk and walk through them when they were 7-8 minutes apart but I have a high tolerance for pain and didn’t know at the time that I was feeling contractions.

It’s so funny because I had been looking for labor signs for a couple of weeks and then when it happened, I was oblivious. Your contractions will become stronger and more frequent, maybe lasting 20 to 40 seconds every 5 to 10 minutes. Subtract the start time of the previous contraction from the start time of this contraction and you’ll know how …

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