Hello ladies. ... need ur advice. Sometimes I get this sharp vaginal pain. It feels like a lightening in the sky which goes from bottom to top of my v. (Sorry for tmi).... it lasts only for a sec n goes. Today I felt it 4-5 times within 10 min. My doc yest told me that my baby is v low. So asked me to take d weight off my feet, whenever possible. But I dont understand this pain. Plz advice. Thanks
I think it just happens from the pressure of the baby being low. I get it a lot too, and your doctor is right the best thing to do for relief is to put your feet up and rest. Yay for third trimester discomfort, right? Lol hope you feel better soon :)
I'm 33 weeks as well n feeling the same pain .My doctor told me my baby head is down already n it can come from that as well... I don't know how low she is yet I have a doc appointment this week. I just try n rest whenever I can.
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