I am 31w4d today with DD. As of 2 weeks ago she was breech. But I am having this horrible right sided pain in my ribs radiating to my back. Is this her head? I can also feel her kicking my cervix and it feels like her feet are in my vagina at times. It doesnt hurt just uncomfortable and kinda makes me uneasy. I have an OB appt on Wed. so I will ask him what he thinks, but have any of you felt this. Thanks
Hi, i too had this feeling with my first and second baby, they do feel like they are trying to get out lol, but it is normal its just because they have grown so big there isnt much room left in there anymore! the pain u are having in your ribs, could very well be her head or even her bottom, proberley pressing on nerves which in turn is causing the pain in ure back, you can try to turn her ure self, a bit unconfortable maybe but worth a go, she wont mind being pushed around a little, if you are really worried then obviuosly your doc would be a good option to get in touch with, good luck x
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