How is uterine rupture diagnosed during delivery?

Uterine rupture can occur suddenly and can be difficult to diagnose as the symptoms are often nonspecific. If doctors suspect uterine rupture, they’ll look for the signs of fetal distress, or absence of FHS and in mother signs and symptoms of varying degrees of bleeding, absence of uterine contour, the constant pain changed into the dull aching pain with the cessation of uterine contractions along with the sign of  bandl’s ring.

Question: The uterine contractions are replaced with the dull aching pain in uterine rupture? Yes/No

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