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...contractions. What are Braxton Hicks contractions? Braxton Hicks contractions can begin as early as the second trimester. However, they are most commonly experienced in the third trimester. When this happens,...

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...most likely Braxton Hicks. Also, doctors report that Braxton Hick can be caused by dehydration, so drinking plenty of water can help eliminate this problem. Read more on Braxton Hicks...

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...This is not a reason for concern. However, if the pain lasts for more than a few minutes, contact your health care provider right away. Braxton-Hicks Contractions Braxton-Hicks contractions are...

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...Braxton Hicks contractions during the last several weeks of pregnancy. Braxton Hicks contractions can begin as early as the second trimester; however, they are most common in the third trimester....

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...environment up until its due date, generally the better it is. You may notice an increase in the amount of Braxton Hicks contractions you experience. Many women experiencing Braxton Hicks...

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Prodromal labor is often called “false labor,” and is somewhere in between Braxton Hicks contractions and active labor contractions. Prodromal labor is a part of labor, occurring before active labor...

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As the time of delivery approaches, you might notice that Braxton Hicks contractions become more frequent and intense. It is very common for women to think that they are experiencing...

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...of pregnancy. Effacement is measured in percentages. You might hear your health care provider say,“You are 25% effaced, 50% effaced, 75%…” The Braxton Hicks contractions or “practice contractions” you have...

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...do take a lot longer to process. Like urine tests, blood tests detect hCG to confirm a pregnancy. Braxton Hicks Contractions: False labor or practice contractions may happen throughout pregnancy....

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...for diagnosing gestational diabetes Circumcision Postpartum diet and recovery Cord blood banking Braxton-Hicks contractions Tips for making your pregnancy better Despite the previous concern regarding mercury levels in fish, the...

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...cord blood. The most economical place to store your blood is through Caring Cryo Partnership. Tips for making your pregnancy better Last week we began talking about Braxton Hicks contractions....

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...The amount of amniotic fluid begins to decline around 37 weeks. Braxton Hicks contractions also increase in frequency. As your body begins to prepare for labor, your cervix will begin...

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...the layers of your uterus will tighten irregularly, which is usually not painful. These are known as Braxton-Hicks contractions; they are usually irregular and do not open the cervix. If...

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