Hi I'm 32w and I'm having so much pressure in my pelvic area that it actually hurts when I'm up and walking around. When I'm sitting or lying down I'm ok. I know his head is down because he has hiccups every night and I feel them down low. I don't remember this much achiness with my last baby until about a week before I delivered. Is anyone else experiencing anything like this? Thanks and have a good weekend.
Im feeling the same thing, I am 31 weeks today, and i have to spend most of my time down, it is so uncomfortable to walk and be up and around for any length of time. Glad to know im not the only one..so it must be perfectly normal.
I had really bad pressure earlier with my second baby too. I was concerned but my Dr. assured me that it happens sooner after the first one, you are more stretched out and baby can sit lower. I also had way more cramping etc. much earlier. I would still tell your Dr. though.
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