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This probably sounds stupid but... Onalee's Mummy Due August 26; 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; 4 kids; Nova Scotia 28962 posts
20th May '13

Yup, they move to help get out.

1inpink2inblue Switzerland 11952 posts
20th May '13

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

Allissa Specht 35 kids; Essexville, Michigan 5426 posts
20th May '13

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

Onalee's Mummy Due August 26; 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 :(