This may be TMI what I'm about to say haha. It has to do with pregnancy though. I had my baby girl at the beginning of the month and I was only 34 weeks. When I was 33 weeks I kept on having to use the restroom, the opposite of being constipated. I read online after experiencing this that your body is doing this to prepare for labor. Thursday, August 30th I was having what I thought was just painful braxton hicks, I would count to see how far they were apart but they were sparatic. It was pretty painful but I just fought it off. The next day I had sooo much pressure below and had baaad cramps. I felt the urge to have to push so I was thinking maybe I was just really constipated so I kept on trying to go to the bathroom. After the 5th time trying to use the bathroom I noticed blood, a lot of it too! I called my husband and went to the hospital. I thought there was something wrong with my baby. We went to the emergency room and my husband told them, "I think my wife is in labor." They were probably thinking yeah right because I was as calm as I could be, just felt a lot of pressure on my tailbone. We go down to labor and delivery and they check me to make sure everything is okay. Shortly after we find out I'm 6cm dialated and get wheeled to a labor and delivery room. That was probably around 5-6pm Friday night. My doctor tells me he wants nature to just take it's course because I'm only 34 weeks. Saturday morning at about 4:15am my doctor comes in to see if I've dialated any more. He told me my water bag was just a centimeter in and couldn't tell how much I was dialated. He told me he was going to get the peeds team and bring them in and check me again and try not to break my water. About 8 minutes later my water breaks so the doctor comes back in and checks me and I am fully dialated, so we wait for the peeds team to arrive and then it starts. I did 3 sets of 3 pushes and my little angel had arrived weighing 5lbs 6oz and 20 inches long. I didn't get to hold her or see her. The peeds team worked on her with all their equipment in my room. She didn't breath for about 5 minutes. They needed to get her stable enought to transfer her to the NICU. It was the scariest thing ever not being able to hear my baby cry, because I knew she was supposed too. When she did cry it was quite and only for a split second. I wasn't able to see my baby girl for over 5 hours. When I did see her they had already removed her breathing tube and were about to remove her feeding tube! I have a little fighter on my hands. She was born Sept 1st and was discharged from the NICU the afternoon of Sept 7th. I stayed in the hospital until she was ablet to come home.