39 + 1 today. The last day I have had really sore inner thighs ( like I've been really overdoing the thigh master lol!) and a really sore pubic bone, along with a sore lower back and my usual pregnancy aches and pains. Is this just because of the extra weight I'm carrying or could it mean labour is not too far away? No other labour signs really. I'm trying not to will the baby out but it's difficult.
I've had this since around 36 weeks and actually thought it was more to do with my spd than labour, but maybe if you've not had it before then it could be a sign. I never had any signs with dd as was induced at 41+3 and she still didn't come til 41+5. So I haven't got a clue what I should be looking out for!
I've got the pubic bone pain at 30 weeks. I think it's more spd than a sign of labour, certainly in me, but who knows it may be for you.
My pubic bone starts hurting after I've been walking a bit too much or lifting too much
I started getting that around 34-35 weeks, but only had it a little over a week and then it went away. I thought it was odd, but I was glad it did, since it obviously didn't mean labor was anywhere near for me :-)
Thanks for replies ladies! I think it's just wishful thinking really!! It's not as bad today anyway. Any little twinge or pain keep thinking/hoping 'this is it'! But nothing happens. I know I'm not at my due date yet but by this stage you're really ready for it to happen.
I have the same thing, the midwife said its the baby putting pressure on my nerves but it honestly feels like achy muscles. Like when you do a lot of walking/running. I've had it for a few weeks off and on. I find it worse when I've been sitting for a while. Not fun.
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