it's probably labor my dear lol. Your contractions can stem down to your legs, especially if Ivy is laying awkward. I would suggest trying to walk it out...it could be her putting more pressure on you, since gravity does take place when you stand lol.
Everytime you have a contraction, it pushes her head down more...your body will actually expell her without pushing, thats what contractions do...they push baby out. So if it is happening when you walk or stand during a contraction, I can almost gaurentee that it is her head applying pressure on you or a nerve.
I hope this is it for you girlie! I know how miserable you are.
That pulling was probably just another way of my body torchering me.
God, I've tried EVERYTHING.
It looks like it just ain't gunna happen.
I'm just gunna have to wait n put up with my issues until I'm induced cuz I think my body is retarded and doesn't know to go into labor.
i had the thigh burning with my contractions...but unfortunately, i experienced prodromal labor which meant uncomfortable contractions a week before i had the baby!! the thigh burning started around 5 days before delivery day. so, either way, you are on your way!! exciting!!!! :-)
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