head engaged , not engaged, engaged, not engaged.....
this is to anyone who has had babies before. this is my 3rd so i know what it feels like. i feel like some days his head is in my pelvis then others its not. i can feel him literally dipping in and out cuz i get a sharp pain when he is dipping in down there in my area lol. anyone else getting this? everytime i see the midwife he seems to be free.
Yes I've been getting this. Some days he/she feels really low and I get all the associated pains, but the mw says he/she still isn't engaged at all when she's checked. I guess it's just because everything is looser from being pregnant the first time and I know that it's common for babies not to engage right up until labour with subsequent pregnancies for that reason. There's nothing to hold them there lol.
Yep, I usually engage at weekends (go for long walks) then go to bed and the next day she's out again so by the time I get to see the midwife on a Wednesday she's free... she's still not engaged and i'm due today so annoying! Nevermind xxx
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