I'm 17 weeks tomorrow and I just found out I'm having a boy! So happy and excited and now every little cramp I get so worried wondering if he is alright! Is anyone else around 17 weeks and not having very many symptoms other then the occasional little cramp here and there?
Your occasional cramps is still just the uterus. My nurse told me the other day that it only grows so big and then stretches like spandex. So when its pulling on those ligaments, you get cramps. She says buy a belly band, it will help. I still don't feel baby much either and I'll be 18weeks in a few days. I find out wed what it is, hoping for boy, but either is ok. I know where baby is cuz it will get hard and uncomfortable in that spot until I move.
I was 17 weeks on Thursday :) still not feeling baby move /: even though it's my 4th! I have headache every single day. Still sick occasionally and extremely tired. .. it's like I have no energy.. walk to the kitchen and I am out of breath.
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