I'm not worried but am I the only person that haven't felt braxton hicks this far along in pregnancy? My baby remains active inside my belly. Currently, he is still facing up so Im hoping in the upcoming weeks he will face down.
For my first preg I had no clue what BH were until my doctor said "oh you're having a braxton hicks contraction". My abdomen was hard but it didn't hurt, just felt hard for a little bit and then back to normal. Now with this pregnancy...my third...the BH are more intense...not painful still but I can feel them coming on and when they start to fade. Hard to describe as everyone seems to be different...but feel your belly and those times where you're rock hard are typically the BH.
I'm 35 weeks and I don't know if I've ever had any! Lol sometimes my stomach gets hard but I can't tell if its because of her position or its BH but I go to the drs tomorrow and she's going to check me ! She was head down at 32 weeks
whenever my belly feels hard, i always thought it was because i just had a meal and my belly is trying to stretch. hopefully at my next appt, my dr will give me good news about the BH and face down concerns.
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