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The Apostrophe

Just after the middle of your pregnancy, or earlier, you may notice the muscles of your uterus (womb) tightening. I also made the same experience during my two births: contractions until the end not something you could call birthcontractions‚ÄĚ – lasting 10-15 seconds at the most, but giving me almost no break coming every minute or even less. My husband took the first two weeks off to watch me. I feel like I don’t even want to call my family or friends because they are all hoping I’m calling them to tell them I’ve had the baby.contractions

Though there are many signs that you’re in labor, one of the most reliable is when you start experiencing consistent contractions. The pain of contractions is usually a sign that your body is doing the right thing. However, without you realising, your uterus has been contracting gently on and off since about seven …

The Use Of The Apostrophe

Since the word contract means to squeeze together, it seems only logical that a contraction is two words made shorter by placing an apostrophe where letters have been omitted. Formerly, gl’ was used before words beginning with i, however it is no longer in common use. Without having these contractions, you would have longer, more frequent and more painful labor contractions. Since contractions tend to add a light and informal tone to your writing, they are often inappropriate for academic research papers, business presentations, and other types of official correspondence.

I’m currently 35 weeks pregnant and have been experiencing prodromal labor since about 30 weeks. For this pregnancy, normal contractions for me include very difficult contractions accompanied with nausea,¬†diarrhea, and low back pain because of the way my baby is positioned and because it’s my third pregnancy.contractionscontractions

After birth, the memory of those exhausting contractions will probably evaporate as …