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wth is this?!

Everytime my baby kicks(he's LOW), it feels like a bee is stinging my female parts. It's not intense, but he does those shotgun kicks so it feels like multiple bee stings in a row. HELP me cause he's beginning to hurt my lucy woo hoo :(
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3203877 tn?1358032521
I felt that today idk what it is
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He's probably hitting a nerve, or kicking your cervix. My little guy did it constantly
4281488 tn?1353905580
Sounds like cervix kicks. :(
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Grr I wish he would move up already :(
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So if he's kicking my cervix, does that mean he's still breach?
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My baby is low too but I get kicked up and punches down below its soo uncomfortable sometimes especially when I'm at work
4281488 tn?1353905580
It may not feel like it but they are still small enough to turn and basically do somersaults inside and be breach and normal. Baby doesn't usually turn head down and stay until closertoyour due date.
3106038 tn?1346813169
It doesn't mean he's breach, I've been getting the same feeling, these little quick sharp pains down there and my doctor when she checks my cervix can feel his head. Ao I doubt he's kicking it. But it hurts!
4385387 tn?1358633945
I went to the doctor yesterday and asked him why could I feel kicks/movement so low like she is hitting my vagina, he said its nothing to be concerned about. He checked my cervix and she is head down. He said I'm probably feeling her head move.
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