13 Most Common Signs Maybe You Are going to Near Labour!

January 26 00:25 2016

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How do you know that you are entering the labour phase? All would-be mothers wait to hold their breath the last phase of their labour.

It’s the most happening at the same time the most anxious part of the pregnancy. So if you are interested to know what to expect just before you go into labour, read this article, and you will all be prepared in advance.

As you are nearing the ninth month, you have already started getting all jittery and anxious to know when the due date is. It happened to me too.

It’s like a mixed feel – you are all so tired with the extra care that you have to take now that you have a full grown baby inside you, you want to start eating all those food items, you have been denied for the last 9 months and most of all you want to touch and feel that tiny little bundle of joy which is a part of you!!! Isn’t it?

I specifically know how you feel right now, so without wasting any more time, let’s quickly take you through all the signs that prove you are nearing the labour time.

• One of the common signs, that most of you will already know about is when the water breaks. Now just know that water can break anytime during the labour phase, and you need to be careful if the water that has come out is translucent in color or colored. Because if it is colored, then you certainly need to convey that to the doctor or midwife before you get any infection. Otherwise, it’s a sign – you are just entering the labour phase.

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