Alright ladies this may be a little TMI but its getting a little annoying.... On Saturday I went to Labor and Delivery because I was cramping and everytime I went to the restroom I would have light brown discharge on the tp... They didnt check my cervix but did say that it was normal for cervical change... Whatever that means.... Then I was dehydrated and my pulse was pretty high 120ish per min.... They gave me fluids and sent me home. This evening I have been having these horrible shooting pains in my cervix area! I am starting to wander if I am dialiating? What do yall think?
I get those shooting pains to the point where I was at the dinner table one night with hubby's family and out of nowhere was like ow!!!! And everyone looked at me lol it hurt so bad! I got it again last night. For me it's like a shooting/burning/pinching feeling. I get spotting a couple of times a month but I have noticed a MAJOR increase in discharge. It's crazy. I'm starting to think it's pressure from the baby bearing down on the cervix. So they didn't actually say if you were dilating yet at all? I get checked weekly and so far I'm still 2cm. Since you are still only 35weeks they should have checked since you had brown discharge. That could be indicative of a changing cervix.
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