what does uterine activity mean?

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  1. ToriElla

    ToriElla Well-Known Member

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    My notes from last night say 'uterine activity present. victoria not aware.'

    does anyone know what that means??
     
  2. Sarah W Baby Belly

    Sarah W Baby Belly Well-Known Member

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    I just had a look on google and it seems to mean some sort of actuvity that the uterus is doing.

    I think that braxton hicks or mild contractions are classed as uterine activity.

    I am completely unaware that I've had any uterine activity myself. If I have had braxton hicks, I've not noticed them. :cry:
     
  3. ToriElla

    ToriElla Well-Known Member

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    i think the hospital are basically saying that i'm having mild contractions and don't know it! Then they make me feel like it's all in my head and send me home.

    i feel so confused now :?
     
  4. fayebalina

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    Awwwww try and look on the positive side hun......they may have made u feel like u dont know whats going on but if what they wrote was right then hahahahahaha u do.......so there and most important of all.........ITS STARTING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Now that must be cause for being happy!
     
  5. Kim

    Kim Well-Known Member

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    Maybe you will give birth and not notice, how cool would that be :wink:
     
  6. ToriElla

    ToriElla Well-Known Member

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    hahaha you made me laugh kim :lol:
     

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