Do braxton hicks contractions hurt

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Do Braxton Hicks contractions hurt your stomach like gas pains and squeeze your tummy tight and cause a crampy feeling in your vagina? Or are bh painless?
I am 23 weeks pregnant an i have had about 15 pains in the last 24 hours where my belly tightens up and it hurts for about 30 seconds. Do ypu think these are braxton hicks or something else?
I'm a ftm so I'm wondering if these are either Braxton Hicks contractions, round ligament pain, or gas pains? If it is one of those, which one is it most likely? But if it's not one of those, what else could it be? Thanks!
Is anyone having Braxton Hicks contractions? This is my first baby and I'm not sure what they exactly feel like. All I know is I hurt! Anyone else having these pains?
I'm 28 weeks & I feel like I've been having braxton hicks contractions.. am I supposed to be having them this early?! Kinda nervous, this my first baby & for some odd reason I strongly believe that I'm further alone then what my doctors tell me. I was looking around in this app & it said your supposed to start having them around 32weeks.. what you think? Just a thought......
Mine started at 37 weeks and 3 or 4 days and I knew they were contractions bc braxton hicks werent painful and contractions are very painful for me
I started having contractions @ 25 weeks and I would feel them coming from my back to the front of my belly and they would get stronger , im not 35 weeks and I feel Braxton hicks once in a while they're not as strong as menstrual cramps and they also do not increase in pain
Are braxton-hicks contractions supposed to be painful at all? I'm 28 weeks pregnant, and I've been told they just feel like a tightening in your abdomen. is that right? If that's what I'm having, should I just be having them throughout the day? or is that too often?
I am 22 weeks pregnant. I've read about Braxton Hicks Contractions. They are supposed to be a painless tightnening in your stomach. Well did anyone ever have a buldging in your stomach that didn't so much hurt but was a lot of pressure? I never really asked my doctor about it and it doesn't really concern me because my first baby did it and she is healthy (besides being 3 1/2 weeks early). Maybe it's my baby stretching out and that is making my stomach buldge.
So Im almost 25 weeks and I think I may be having braxton hicks contractions. I was just wondering what they feel like and if you can get them this early and if I should worry about it. They are mild pregnancy cramps and they are really irregular but closer together. Im just nervous that its the real deal and Im missing the signs of preterm labor. Ive been having them for about 2 days now.
i was wondering if anyone is having braxton hicks contractions yet?? and how early did you feel them? i am 24 weeks and i noticed the first one at like 22 weeks. they say they usually start around 6 months but can be earlier. the first one i remember feeling, i thought the baby was all balled up in the middle of my abdomen and it was very hard. i even had my husband feel it. then it just flattened out all of the sudden.
IS anyone feeling braxton hicks contractions yet? This is my 3rd pregnancy but I can't remember when I started to feel them with my other two. Is this early? I'm know I shouldn't feel more than 4 per hour without calling someone so I guess maybe I should start timing. THanks for any info or advice.
i was wondering if anyone is having braxton hicks contractions yet?? and how early did you feel them? i am 24 weeks and i noticed the first one at like 22 weeks. they say they usually start around 6 months but can be earlier. the first one i remember feeling, i thought the baby was all balled up in the middle of my abdomen and it was very hard. i even had my husband feel it. then it just flattened out all of the sudden.
Can Braxton hicks contractions send shooting pains to your back? And do they hurt?
If its braxton hicks it shouldn't hurt it should just feel like pressure. False labor contractions do hurt though. That is probably what it is.
So everytime after my husband and i have sex i start to have crazy bad braxton hicks contractions. Now i know he can't hurt the baby during sex, but can bringing on false contractions set off real ones? Is it bad formy baby to during all these braxton hicks?
I didn't even know I was having contractions. My braxton hicks kind of hurt like period cramps but when it came to having contractions nothing hurt, my belly was only hard. And it would get hard every five minutes and my husband took me to the hospital and to my surprise I was have contractions and was dilated a 3 cm.
Braxton hicks are practice contractions. Getting your body ready for the real deal. You may start to feel them around 20 weeks usually. Your tummy feels hard it usually does not hurt just uncomfortable for about 30 second. I get them all the time. If you feel contractions that only are getting more frequent and more painful they are usually real contractions. Depending on how far along you are your doc might admit you or give you something to stop the contractions and send you home.
Braxton hicks are not early contractions. Very very different from pre term / early labor. Totally normal, lots of ppl get them.
I'll be 5 months Saturday but I experience braxton hicks contractions… Is that normal to be so early???
Braxton hicks shouldn't hurt a lil uncomfortable and you can feel your stomach getting tight but that's about it.
Braxton hicks usually do not hurt but they can and everyone feels them at different times. Im 25 weeks and get some bhs that hurt and some that dont.
How do you know when your having braxton hick contractions vs real contractions
Actually Braxton Hicks contractions can be painful!! I get them daily, several in a row and have in all my pregnancies. I am expecting my 7th child by the way. So MsCali* Everything sounds completely common and normal ;) If your experiencing mild cramps, even those are common!! Braxton Hicks are contractions and are different from mild cramps.
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