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baby positions

I'm 21 weeks and I'm starting to feel my daughter more and more everyday.  But for the first time today it seemed like she was curled up  or something right by my hip bone. There was a hard ball and it hurt when I stood up straight.  Poked at it a little and laid down for a minute and she moved. I think if I would have stood up straight she would have ripped right out of my stomach. Has this happened to any of you ladies.
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Bump??
4347786 tn?1357717025
Yea. I'm 20 weeks and the other day while I was working the baby rolled down and was pushing out and right on my bladder. It was so uncomfortable and you could see and feel a big hard lump above my pelvis. I sat down and pushed back a little and it finally moved. But I couldn't stand up straight or anything.
153475 tn?1359474834
That may have actually been a braxton hicks contraction, it give the sensation of the baby balling up and a tightening of your stomach, no worries that are completely normal at this point in pregnancy
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Hmm I didn't think about that but its been about 2 hrs since it happened and now I feel like its stretching and where my leg connects to my torso is kinda sore. I'll live , I just worry about what other weird feelings I'm gonna have on the next 19 weeks :/
153475 tn?1359474834
a lot more lol im 30wks and its a body ache and pain carousel sadly it may only get worst from here lol oh the joys of pregnancy
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