Yes! I get those stabbing pains all the time. I asked my doctor and she said it's perfectly normal. Also, my mom had these all through her pregnancies and a lot of my friends did too.
It could be baby pushing on your cervix. Also, I have heard round ligament pain causes that. Lastly, I have heard people say that it is the baby dropping lower into your pelvis. With any of these, I know it's not dangerous! It just hurts!!
i get these pains sometimes i asked my midwife when i was around 20 weeks she said to ignore it that it was normal this is baby no 3 n its not normal for me lol if ur worried i would talk to ur midwife hun
Ive also experienced those not so fun pains! Does it kinda feel like your getting shocked? like a quick stabbing shocking pain? I also have got them in my bum! I know when i had them it def made me stop in my tracks as well. I think the baby just pushes a certain nerve.. But of course, if it doesn't go away and you experience lots of pressure then call your doctor.
Its funny u posted this I was posting the same thing. Mine feel like someone's taking a knife n stabbing me with it up there. I'm only 30 weeks coming up on Friday so I hope its not baby dropping or me dialating. I found this when searching on a site
Vaginal pain Some women occasionally feel a sharp, stabbing pain inside the vagina during late pregnancy. This is probably linked to the cervix starting to dilate, which can happen weeks, days or hours before labor begins. It is usually nothing to be concerned about, but tell your doctor if it causes a great deal of discomfort. Any severe pain in the lower abdomen or associated vaginal bleeding should be reported to your doctor right away
Those r a little different then I've had that before I call it lightening crotch LOL like a lightning bolt.... those I had earlier in pregnancy until late 2nd. Idk what I have its more in my cervix area hurts so so bad
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