Do you still have your roundness? If so, my guess would be that the baby's back is lying against yours (limbs at the front of your bump.)
Mine is usually laying with her back on one side, so one side will feel hard and the other soft because it's mostly fluid.
Originally Posted by J3SSiiCA
Im 36+ and the bottom of my bump has gone like jelly and the top rock hard! dont know what it could be though x
Right now, both the top and bottom of mine are hard, but I'm at 39+4 and the hardness at the top is baby's bum (has been like that for a while) and the hardness at the bottom is now her shoulders (due to her head being "as low as it will probably get before labour") but before I began to engage, it was jellyish and I could never work out how the MW felt her head was in the right place.
Mine's done the same (36+4) - it's where she's moved to a back-to-back position, so the hard bit at the top is her bum, and the soft bit is where her hands and feet are. She was the right way over a couple of weeks ago, so the left side was hard with the gap on the right, it was just much less noticeable!
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