Hey ladies. I have a question. I'm 22 weeks pg, AMD for the last three days I have been having a lot of pain low on my left side. It hurts if I lay on that side, when I try to turn over, and when I get up. Has anyone else experienced this? I have also been feeling what I can only describe as period aches. Not cramping, but just kind of achiness/uncomfortable feeling.
I'm 21 weeks and have this its like the baby is hitting a nerve for me and sometimes I lay on my back and I feel pain when I move. It's like being sore after working out for me. Sometimes the pain travels up my back doctor told me its from the baby laying on nerves. One night when I laid on my left side I had this Sharp pain it wouldn't go away and when I was on my right side I had the worst heart burn. hope this kinda helps
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