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Old Apr 19th, 2013, 17:01 PM   1
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Electric shock feeling in 'bits'


Soooo... Nearly 34wks pregnant and getting electric shock sensation in my V-J-J. Any ideas? Anyone else experienced this?



 
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Old Apr 19th, 2013, 17:06 PM   2
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Yep its bubs bumping the cervix, either with kicks, punches or headbutts lol one of the girls on here calls them 'fanny daggers' which always makes me LOL haha!



 
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Old Apr 19th, 2013, 17:14 PM   3
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Shooty vag pains. It's called lightening pains, you can google its safe



 
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Old Apr 19th, 2013, 17:50 PM   4
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I get this a lot, I hate it when they are really strong and stop you in your tracks! Had one the other day when walking and had to stop adn actually screamed, made OH shit himself with worry



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Old Apr 19th, 2013, 21:47 PM   5
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In one of my Aps it said you may feel this now. But I don't remember why.. Sry.



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Old Apr 19th, 2013, 23:25 PM   6
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Thanks ladies! So long as it doesn't mean labour is any time soon, I'm 'happy'. Xx



 
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Old Apr 20th, 2013, 08:27 AM   7
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Yep its bubs bumping the cervix, either with kicks, punches or headbutts lol one of the girls on here calls them 'fanny daggers' which always makes me LOL haha!
omg fanny daggers im literally doubled over with laughter how will i be able to tell what they are, i have spd so the middle of my pubis gives me pain when i walk anyway, does the 'fanny daggers' happpen if ur sitting and not moving?



 
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Old Apr 20th, 2013, 11:23 AM   8
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Yep its bubs bumping the cervix, either with kicks, punches or headbutts lol one of the girls on here calls them 'fanny daggers' which always makes me LOL haha!
omg fanny daggers im literally doubled over with laughter how will i be able to tell what they are, i have spd so the middle of my pubis gives me pain when i walk anyway, does the 'fanny daggers' happpen if ur sitting and not moving?
Yes does happen when sitting! Feels completely different to pelvic pain... feels like a knitting needle going right up there! I actually said ouch out loud the other day from it so its made me worry what ill be like in labour haha!



 
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Old Apr 20th, 2013, 12:07 PM   9
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I came across this on the internet (on a different forum) as I have been having this for a couple of weeks now. Hope this helps!!
The term “lightening crotch” will become a painful reality.

“I refer to it as the Cooter Basher. It feels like someone came up to you and used your vag for batting practice.” --aliciamarie

Next to labor, you really haven’t felt true pain until you’ve been kicked in the vagina by your unborn baby. Of course, there are lots of different possibilities for why this might be happening to you, depending on what stage of pregnancy you’re at. It could be due to baby’s repositioning in your uterus, or maybe what you’re feeling is some early Braxton Hicks contractions. Whatever the case, “lightning crotch” pretty much happens to all of us and isn’t necessarily a sign of anything bad. Consider it a rite of passage and try working on looking less shocked when it happens in public (because it will).



 
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Haha, Cooter Basher! Love it!



 
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