Feels like baby is going to fall out when I walk :( normal ?
I'm nearly 35 weeks and today when I walk I have so much pelvic pressure feels like baby is extremely low ... I feel fine when sitting but just so uncomfortable when walking around like she's gonna fall out . .. I have a serious waddle ha
I was that way for the last two months with my last two boys and it was miserable trying to work like that! lol For some reason this pregnancy hasn't been as bad with it! Not sure if it is because it is a girl or if it is because I stay home with the kiddos now and not going to work? Either way it is an uncomfortable feeling!!
Totally normal hun!! I had this when I was pregnant with my son...soooooo much pressure, like I had to push his head back in or something lol...but it was just him dropping down into my pelvis.
This baby is different his/her head is still high and not engaged at all...so I don't have as much pressure down there...but soon enough
I was just going to post about this very thing! I have sharp pains when I walk. I'm not done with work yet and have a physical job so it was really hard. My son didn't drop until I was in labor so I didn't expect this really. Thank God I only have 7 more days (spread over the course of 2 plus weeks) of work left!!
Yep, same here - I feel like Ive got something huge stuck between the top of my thighs....and I guess I do - baby's head
Ive felt like this since about 30 weeks. It used to freak me out. Walking was very uncomfotable - I felt as if I had to put my hand up there to prevent baby from falling out
And now there's these shooting pains in my cervix - oh boy, do they hurt It feels like baby has a metal toothbrush and keeps brushing it against my cervix
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