i am 17 weeks preg with twins.
Everything is fine so fat,last night i woke up with a strong pain/maybe pressure along the pelvic line, i think.....the pain is very low in my abdomen. I know that it was very strong and even going to wee did not change d pain. this morning woke up,pain was here but really light until had to go to d toilets..... and d pain got stronger like last night for a bit... and now its disconfort so far i dont have any bleeding or else so far...should I worry or is it because d babys make space? thank you...it might be nothing but prefer to ask.... vico
I had lots of pressure there as well, especially in the evening. I got v2 support and it helps some. Also, by 23-24 weeks babies moved up a little and the pressure eased.
I hope you are feeling better.
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