its not specific kicks that are making me have to stop what i'm doing. maybe he is trying to summersault. he's been head down ready to come for a long time. in fact they can't even measure his head cause he's to low.
I know what you mean.... in the last week or so ( i am currently 32 weeks) i have noticed that the baby's movements have become painful at certain times.... I think its more so when he is ROLLING and PUSHING..... sometimes I am like WOW.... thats uncomfortable.... I think its normal... they are running out of room in there and its hard for them to move around so they end up pushing really hard when they move.... I have a dr appt today and i will definitely ask him about it!
Yes! When I was pregnant, my son did that to me once and I couldn't move! I even thought it was my appendix, but my mom told me it was probably the baby and it was. He moved and the pain was gone. Try drinking some cold water to make the baby move :) Good luck!
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