Ok so ive been constipated today alot! And i finally went just a lil bit ago sorry tmi. But im also feeling lost of pressure infront and like pinchings on vaginal area or like an itching... I dnt even know how to explain it. Is this a sign of something? Or im just making every detail a sign of labor? Haha
I'm just about the same way. One day constipation, then the next okay. I also get the pinching and pressure on my cervix. I think as we get closer, we are going to experience so many different things. Our bodies are preparing!!
hey girl the best thing you can do at this point is drink as much water as you can force yourself to drink...and stool softeners are considered safe, but check with the pharmacist when you go to buy one and they'll tell you which are the best for pregnant women - it will help you avoid hemmerhoids as well, which is good lol.
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