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28 weeks... has anybody gone tru this?

This pregnancy has been very diferent from my first. At 26 weeks i was having really bad back pains and nothing would take it away, one morning i woke up i was spotting the doctor told me to take bedrest but if i started spotting again to go to the hospital. And thats what happened I started spotting agaib so we bt to the hospital, they conected me to the monitor and realized that my back pains were really contractions. They gave me 2 shots to stop the contractions, iv and pain meds thank god my cervix was not dialeting. they send me home. 2 weeks have passed and now im having Cramps but not like contractions, there constent it will not go away like contractions. The nurse told me to drink lots of water and stay in bed to see if i feel better.
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I went into labour at 22weeks like you I was given shots to stop labour and iv to stop contractions too because I wasnt dilating.  
Seteroids for heart n lungs etc... I was in hospital for over a week.

all was fine then .... until 25weeks it happened again
Again they stopped labour but said next time they wouldn't stop it.

She was born by c section at 33weeks placenta abruption and uterine rupture :/

Please do go back to hospital asap and get it stopped again xx
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I would go to the hospital I wouldn't just wait around and not know if myself an baby are OK good luck
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