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This probably sounds stupid but... Onalee's Mummy Due August 26 (boy); 1 child; Newcastle, Australia 5355 posts
20th May '13

I honestly don't know the answer.



Does the baby continue to move and kick through labour?

Kimber-lily Due September 27 (girl); 4 kids; Nova Scotia 28962 posts
20th May '13

Yup, they move to help get out.

1inpink3inblue Due December 7 (boy); 3 kids; Switzerland 12450 posts
status 20th May '13

Yes not that you are paying much attention at that point. lol

Allissa Specht 35 kids; Essexville, Michigan 5654 posts
20th May '13

Most of them do, some don't lol. Just depends on the baby.

Onalee's Mummy Due August 26 (boy); 1 child; Newcastle, Australia 5355 posts
20th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting 1inpink2inblue:</b>" Yes not that you are paying much attention at that point. lol"</blockquote>




Hahaha.



I just worry I won't know. But I guess when you get a real contraction it is a definite difference to a bh?



I had a c section so I'm completely unaware for all these things.

la_mas_hermosa Due July 22; 17 kids; Minneapolis, Minnesota 6095 posts
20th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting 1inpink2inblue:</b>" Yes not that you are paying much attention at that point. lol"</blockquote>




Lol... I was going to say that after two kids I dont even remember if they did or not

Life is a Highway ♫ 18 kids; Australia 9381 posts
21st May '13

When I was contracting I didn't notice if he was moving or not because I was so focused on the contraction. I know he did move after and In between though. I was induced so my contractions started off feeling like braxton hicks and by the end was a completely different pain in a different area. Definitely not the same but started the same.... I actually really loved being in labour (sounds crazy) but I felt powerful and amazing! Then ended up having a csection :(