You're just weeks from the arrival of your little bundle of joy! At this point, you may be full of anticipation – every contraction, cramp or ache could be a sign that you need to pack your bags and call your doctor right away. But not every contraction is a sign of labour. It's a tricky situation, we know, so we've put together some tips on how to tell the difference, and when to call your doctor.
Experiencing lower back pain? It's normal. Pregnancy increases the natural inward curvature of the spine, which in turn intensifies the strain on the lower back.
– Dr Watt Wing Fong, Obstetrician & Gynaecologist at Gleneagles Hospital
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