Kfilteau asks: I am 32 weeks pregnant. -- is getting a nosebleed a sign of labor coming?

No. Nosebleeds are more common during pregnancy due to increased congestion in your blood vessels. Nosebleeds can occur at any point during pregnancy and have more to do with a prior history of nosebleeds, or if you have recently been blowing your nose. They are not a sign of labor or preterm labor.
No. Nosebleeds do occur more often during pregnancy, so don't be alarmed, they are not a sign of labor coming! nosebleeds commonly occur after colds, during dry weather, after blowing your nose, or for no obvious reason. Relax, sit down, gently pinch your nose and wait the 10 - 15 minutes it may take to stop.