I am sorry to post again (just posted yesterday). I am still having the back pain and it is just achy in my low back. I don't think I have been having contractions but as in my earlier post the other night I felt like I had to have diarrhea but didn't (Sorry TMI!). That feeling would come and last like a minute and then go away. This happened all night Wed & Thurs morning and then stopped. I have noticed it some since then but nothing consistent. My back is still hurting more than normal though! I was also wondering over the last 24 hours or so I have been feeling baby move but only in the same spot and it is low...right by my left ovary. I am 23w2d so maybe they are still low. Where is the baby typically felt at this stage. Sorry to be a worry wart but with my history of m/c and the problems with this pregnancy (placenta previa & pain) I can never stop worrying!! Hope everyone is doing well!!
I had intense back pain from like week 30 on. Turns out baby was posterior (face up) and pressing on my nerves. Unfortunately, she never moved from that spot up until labor. I hope you don't have back labor pains like I did Yikes!! The good news is my back has been just fine since I delivered her in September.
Babies can change position over night so hopefully for your sake, yours will.
I am 35 weeks and they haven't checked me at all, he said he was going to check me my next app. which will be tues. So i have no idea what is going on with me either. I think that I am having braxton hicks though, but not really sure, just alot of tighting in the belly. One of my good friend's sil was due two days after us and she had her baby this week. Yikes, I guess it can happen any day now.
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