not wanting to go out

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  1. ToriElla

    ToriElla Well-Known Member

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    I'm starting to feel like i don't want to leave the house! Do you think this could be a sign that labour could come soon? :?
     
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    K X Well-Known Member

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    I have been like that since the beginning of third trimester! A bit of a recluse. Maybe sub consciously you don't want to go far incase your waters break or you go into labour. Your home is where you feel safe and secure. I am like that too, I aint going anywhere in my final week!

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  3. ToriElla

    ToriElla Well-Known Member

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    I was up through the night going to the loo (wasn't dihorrea but i was having pains) and i'm never usually like that. Don't know if this is a sign or not.

    I wish you just knew when it was going to happen!
     
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    Sarah W Baby Belly Well-Known Member

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    Me too. I don't really like going out as much now.

    I feel a lot safer at home these days. I think this is the closest we will get to feeling like an OAP.

    Its a daunting prospect to have physical disibilities and to feel safer at home.

    Really don't want to get old now!
     
  5. ToriElla

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    I think it is another instinct we must get - like the nesting one. I feel like I can't be bothered to see anyone today either. Sometimes you can feel suffocated because I think you get so much more attention from people when you are pregnant! They all probably want to be one of the first ones to hold the baby or something.
     

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