I was taken to hospital for bleeding, two weeks ago and they had to give me an internal which confirmed that my cervix was already soft. I've also developed pelvis problems when I walk but it's not SPD. After i pee, I feel really heavy down there and as if my waters could burst.
Today I went for my 4D scan and the sonographer couldn't scan her because her head is already so far down. I had to go for two, ten minute walks to try and move her enough to scan. But her head is so far down it's not able to move much. I'm booked in again in two weeks but the sonographer thinks her head will already be engaged by this time. She said that there is three levels of the head - low, extremely low and then engaged. And my little girl is already extremely low which is apparently rare at just 28weeks when she should only be turning from breech in to the correct position.
Last night I woke up in extreme pain with my stomach. My tummy was contracting but I put it down to Braxton Hicks and Growing pains.
Has anyone else has any of these problems and gone on to having a full term baby? When I was in labour with my son, his head wasn't engaged - Only 2-5ths so I'm really concerned she's going to be a preemie!
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