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If you’re pregnant, the day you look forward to the most is probably the day you finally get to meet your new baby. That’s when all the hard work will pay off. And yes, you might not particularly be looking forward to the labour bit, but it’s still important to know the signs of when you’re going into labour.
You’ve probably heard that you know your labour should begin when your waters break. This should be around the week 40 mark, give or take. It’s when the amniotic sac ruptures. But there’s more to it than that. So how do you know when this is happening, or when it’s about to happen? What are the signs?
This is obviously a very common indicator that your water has just broken, but actually, not all women feel this happen. In fact, for many…