Hi ladies im 32+5 weeks today and last night I had really bad cramping in my lower tummy and really bad back ache. It would start in my lower tummy than travel to my lower back. Is this normal? This morning I woke up with pressure in my va jay jay, but its unbearable.
my dr says the same thing but Ive had to have mine stopped 2 diff times... I dont understand y they would stop braxton hicks if they tell u not to worry about them but like u said he is the dr so im trusting his word
Is the pressure in your bladder?
sometimes I can't even move or walk ......his putting A lot of pressure on my bladder...I have back pain & right rib pain
My belly gets really hard once in a while....no contractions tho.....
At 29 and 30 weeks I was getting a lot of Braxton hicks but not as bad as yours....
I hope you feel better..x
Its not my bladder its in my lower abdomen and it travels to my lower back. It started 3 days ago, but yesterday was the worst. I had to be on all four to relieve the pain. Dr said the pressure this morning was the baby using my bladder as a pillow. I always thought BH were when ur tummy tighten and went away when you changed position. I guess I was wrong.
That's funny... Baby using our bladder as a pillow...
It must be really uncomfortable for the baby inside facing down for more than 10 weeks....my baby is been facing down since 23 weeks...
I'm now 31w 5d
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