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## A real labor contraction:

No. That's incorrect.

If contractions keep coming when you get up and move around, they're probably the real thing -- not Braxton Hicks contractions.

True labor contractions occur at regular intervals and last between 30 and 90 seconds. They keep getting stronger and closer together. Once they're arriving every 10 minutes or more often, it's time to call your doctor.

Yes. You're right!

If contractions keep coming when you get up and move around, they're probably the real thing -- not Braxton Hicks contractions.

True labor contractions occur at regular intervals and last between 30 and 90 seconds. They keep getting stronger and closer together. Once they're arriving every 10 minutes or more often, it's time to call your doctor.

No. That's incorrect.

If contractions keep coming when you get up and move around, they're probably the real thing -- not Braxton Hicks contractions.

True labor contractions occur at regular intervals and last between 30 and 90 seconds. They keep getting stronger and closer together. Once they're arriving every 10 minutes or more often, it's time to call your doctor.

No. That's incorrect.

If contractions keep coming when you get up and move around, they're probably the real thing -- not Braxton Hicks contractions.

True labor contractions occur at regular intervals and last between 30 and 90 seconds. They keep getting stronger and closer together. Once they're arriving every 10 minutes or more often, it's time to call your doctor.