You sure you don't just need a poo? Sorry to be gross but sometimes I don't get the urge to go but baby will start poking me quite hard and I get tummy pains so I sit on the loo and lo and behold, I have a poo and feel better.
Seriously though, call the midwife if you are worried hun. xxx
I have quite a few sharp pains...one of them is like a really bad stitch that literally has me doubled over and I can't move without it hurting...I've figured that it's LO pressing on a nerve or SOMETHING...Hurts like heck though.
I spoke to my MW today about the sharp pains I've been having in my bump etc and she said that it's pretty much normal because things are stretching and loosening up, so I'm bound to have aches and pains.
i get the sharp pains. The other night i was actually crying lol felt like the baby was stretching a muscle. Even now im on my couch with light cramping.i over done it today. I get the discharge too. Sometimes its thin and white others its thicker and yellowish.sometimes its sticky.i have no infections
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