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Old Oct 25th, 2009, 12:14 PM   1
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contraction like pain on belly and pain from the vagina to under my buttcheek?


Does anyone know what that is? And is it normal?
Whenever I start walking for a little longer while I get this aching "downthere" that after a while start to ache from that place down to under my buttcheek. Its from right side of my vagina to under my right buttcheek.
And another problem I have is that I get somewhat contractionlike pain when I walk and then I really walk slowly and yet it happens
I dont know what I will do if this is dangerous as I cant just start living my life on a bed:/
Kind of make me worried to have pains this early on that I had in the end with my son. Makes me worry if I will get a late miscarriage or a very early baby:/ my midwife didnt believe me when I told her about these problems:/



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Old Oct 25th, 2009, 12:19 PM   2
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round ligament pain?



 
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Old Oct 25th, 2009, 12:33 PM   3
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I have no clue what it is I had it with my son very late pregnancy (after 32 weeks) but never had the vagina pain going to under my buttcheek pain. It puzzles me and I wonder if I should try to be as still as possible (easier said than done having every day life to attend and a wild 5-year old)
It feels like light contractions, not like giving birth contractions and it goes gradually away when I have rested for a while.



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Old Oct 25th, 2009, 16:58 PM   4
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Better call the doctor.



 
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Old Oct 25th, 2009, 17:15 PM   5
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Sounds a bit like pelvic girdle pain. I had this late on in pregnancy with my son but, I've got it already with this pregnancy started a few weeks ago. Sometimes I get the pain just around my pubic bone and other times it is in the centre of my right buttock. I've been referred to physio as I think the earlier you get help the better. I would definately let your MW of DR know that you are struggling. Good luck.



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Old Oct 25th, 2009, 18:54 PM   6
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I did let my midwife know but her reaction was more or less as if I was a hypocondriac and making these pains up
I am going back there in 5 weeks and I don't know what to do. It's like they won't believe you are in pain until late pregnancy. I can't hardly take walks with my son and I get grumpy and moody because of the pain.
I just saw my midwife a few days ago and she wouldnt listen to me.
I told her about my ischias as well and she didnt even take a note on that either.
Part from her ignorance on my pains she seems fine but what will I do later on when I am already experiencing this pain and having a midwife not listening to me?



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Old Oct 27th, 2009, 11:13 AM   7
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Why not make an appointment at the GP and ask to be referred to physio. If you don't ask you won't get, I would push you don't want to be miserable for your whole pregnancy it is hard enough. x



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Old May 25th, 2012, 10:21 AM   8
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Does anyone know what that is? And is it normal?
Whenever I start walking for a little longer while I get this aching "downthere" that after a while start to ache from that place down to under my buttcheek. Its from right side of my vagina to under my right buttcheek.
And another problem I have is that I get somewhat contractionlike pain when I walk and then I really walk slowly and yet it happens
I dont know what I will do if this is dangerous as I cant just start living my life on a bed:/
Kind of make me worried to have pains this early on that I had in the end with my son. Makes me worry if I will get a late miscarriage or a very early baby:/ my midwife didnt believe me when I told her about these problems:/
I am 20 weeks and have been feeling the same. I just left my ob and she said that it is contractions but not labor. Basically the baby runs out of room in the sac and triggers somthing in the uterus to have these muscle spasms like contractions. She told me it only gets worse from here on out but prescribed a muscle relaxer to keep my muscles calm to stop my uterus from flarring up. And drink lots of fluid as if I dont already lol.
Its like a pressure pain where the keegal muscles are and sparatically feel the spasms (contractions). I usally only get this at night time but lately has been happening after I walk and that can be from my front door to the mailbox. Also a suggestion try Unisom its a sleep aid but has been used for other things with woman who are pregnant.



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Does anyone know what that is? And is it normal?
Whenever I start walking for a little longer while I get this aching "downthere" that after a while start to ache from that place down to under my buttcheek. Its from right side of my vagina to under my right buttcheek.
And another problem I have is that I get somewhat contractionlike pain when I walk and then I really walk slowly and yet it happens
I dont know what I will do if this is dangerous as I cant just start living my life on a bed:/
Kind of make me worried to have pains this early on that I had in the end with my son. Makes me worry if I will get a late miscarriage or a very early baby:/ my midwife didnt believe me when I told her about these problems:/
I am 20 weeks and have been feeling the same. I just left my ob and she said that it is contractions but not labor. Basically the baby runs out of room in the sac and triggers somthing in the uterus to have these muscle spasms like contractions. She told me it only gets worse from here on out but prescribed a muscle relaxer to keep my muscles calm to stop my uterus from flarring up. And drink lots of fluid as if I dont already lol.
Its like a pressure pain where the keegal muscles are and sparatically feel the spasms (contractions). I usally only get this at night time but lately has been happening after I walk and that can be from my front door to the mailbox. Also a suggestion try Unisom its a sleep aid but has been used for other things with woman who are pregnant.
The main thing she said got to keep the uterus hydrated.



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