movements and really hard on my left side opposite belly button at 34 weeks
I feel much more movement left side and she is really pushing me too. I can't work out what position she is in at all???? it is all left side sometimes I feel hiccups lower down and midwife said she was heads down at 31 weeks and I had a growth scan at 28 weeks and she was head down so what body part can I feel on my left side near my ribs? How can some women tell it is a bum, head or leg? I mean seriously I can't?
Got it wrong oh my gosh it is my left side I meant. lol baby brain getting worse. I feel it on left side??
I cant tell either but i get a lump poke out of my belly and a hard side of my belly. The midwife said that the lump is his bum and the hard side is where his spine is! It changes a lot sometimes i actually see him moving over its quite uncomfortable!! I feel hiccups low down too and baby has been head down from about 28 weeks!
The only reason Ive got a good idea on LO position is because of my weekly scans and hes stayed about the same the past few weeks. Im rock hard on my whole right side and its due to him being head down, facing my left hip and his whole back arches up my right side to my ribs with his feet curled up to the right. At night sometimes he will wiggle around and I'll see his feet all over the place and feel his hands down at my hips, but if it wasnt for the scans, Id have no idea what was what at this point.
Thanks guys I meant I can feel it all on my left side for some reason I just cannot get my left and right side. Feeling baby brain mush here. I can feel her on my left side really hard too like she is pushing her bum out or head or something but it is opposite belly button near my hips so if she is heads down surely not. At the moment all my movement is in the middle like she is pushing me.
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