I had cramps a lot from 26-28wks. :( I'd even get them so bad at night I'd wake up crying. I'm pretty sure they are normal but just make sure you're drinking proper amounts of water and you can never have too many bananas. Good luck & Congrats!
Mine were the same every night. I switched to sleeping on my left at about 26 weeks and haven't had them since. It was like a miracle cure! I'd read after that circulation to your legs and brain were impacted if you lay on your right. Not sure how true it is but from the first night of laying on my left they've gone. Now 39 weeks and still fine. I'd only switched to my left originally cos I'd heard it was better for baby. Didn't read the impact to mums circulation until after I'd switched. Its worth a try of you're not already! Good luck x
I get the really bad as well in this pregnacy ans in my first. What I didn't know with my first is if you stand up right away the pain will go away. Try it next time it really works. Also, bananas and lots of water will help prevent them.
I have found the last month n a half I have been getting charley horses in my legs. I have been eating a banana a day and it helps. Talked to my doc about it n she said its common. If I wanted to, I could drink a Gatorade instead. Not sure If that's the cramping your are all having, but its worked formme.
My midwife suggested stretching before bed and walking during the day. Also it could be a lack of calcium or calcium absorption. I added a calcium and vit d supplement with the walking and stretching and it helped me tremendously! I was up almost every night with bad cramps.
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