i get this. especiallly when i'm sat on sofa with my feet up on the computer lol. it sort of feels like back ache then spreads over my stomach area. i think these are braxton hicks cuz them come and go randomly. they are not painful just a bit uncomfortable. if you are worried then get it checked but iy sounds like you are experienceing simalar to me.
I have had low back pain for a few weeks (I'm 15 weeks with twins) and i notice it more when i have been walking. I also have an ache in my lower stomach which comes and goes (its not bad enough to need pain killers for). I have seen my midwife this week and she has put it down to growing pains as my bump appears to have expanded this week (measuring 19 weeks)!
I have had sharp abdominal pains in the middle of the night, but IM thinking it because I have been sick for the last 2 weeks, coughing a lot, so I think its doing a number on my stomach! I see the doctor on Tuesday, so hopefully they will tell me what it is! I also get lower back pain when Im in the shower, generally when I shave my legs...weird!
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