hi all. im 33 weeks today and last night i ended up in the hospital again cos i got a tight band of pain round my bump that was constant with bad cramps every 15 mins or so. id been sick earlier in the morning and cos of that they put it down to a stomach bug settin me off a lil, gave me painkillers and sent me home. since i came home the cramping has stopped but the tight band hasnt gone away and just seems to be getting worse. i ahvent been sick or even felt sick, i dont have diahrea, so how do i have a stomach bug? its my first baby and im scared cos i have a heart problem and strep b so have to go into hosp straight away but how the hell do i know when im in labour and how do i know if im leaking water or not without the docs examining me? i felt like i was classed as drama queen thanks to my mum saying i was a hypochondriac to the midwifes and not really taken seriously. they didnt even test my pee despite the fact iv had protein in my water since i fell on. now im just scared to go in or even fone up if it starts again but im puttin the baby at risk if i dont!! grrrr whoever said the nhs is briliant is lying!! especially if they listen to my mum!! i really dont know what to do and im scared!! i know the risks of strep b and i dont want to lose another baby! but i dont want to ring them in case im not taken seriously again. seriously scared and terrified here ladies!!
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