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The pressure that your uterus is placing on your diaphragm might also be causing more heartburn. Credit: GE Healthcare You may be feeling Braxton Hicks contractions by now. These "practice" contractions can last for up to two minutes ...
Many women experience pangs and twinges during their pregnancies. All of them experience the phenomenon known as Braxton Hicks contractions, whether or not they ever feel them. With my first pregnancy I never felt a one, so it was much of a ...