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When to go to the maternity ward?

When to go to the maternity ward?


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On your schedule, it's still a matter of days. But suddenly, events accelerate ... Your body sends you signals. Here are some tips for interpreting what is happening to you. Some signs give the start, others not!

SIGNAL OR SYMPTOM: VOMITING, GREAT FATIGUE

  • You are smeared, you vomit frankly, you feel exhausted.

What does it mean

  • The increase in the volume of the uterus and the first contractions (often barely felt) weigh on the nearby digestive tract and promote gastric lift.

Should I leave?

  • These symptoms are a common sign of approaching childbirth. You can take your suitcase for the maternity and leave!

SIGNAL OR SYMPTOM: WANT TO DO HOUSEHOLD

  • You polish, you clean, you tidy the whole house.

What does it mean

  • The efforts solicit the abdominal muscles, causing contractions. The storage frenzy also announces that your baby's nest is ready!

Should I leave?

  • By dint of you to demerge well, for sure, the contractions will arrive. This will be the start for motherhood!

SIGNAL OR SYMPTOM: FALSE WORK

  • The contractions are irregular, fairly spaced and do not intensify. There is no change in the cervix. They stop sometimes if you change your position.

What does it mean

  • An advanced hypothesis is that the uterus "trains" for the day of delivery.

Should I leave?

  • No. Immerse yourself in a bath, this has the virtue of stopping a false job. Take a Spasfon®. If the contractions stop, it was a false alarm. You have time.

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