I was blowdrying my hair, and i got a bad lower back ache right in the middle.. then a few minutes later it hadn't went away and now i feel like I need to push. Its a very odd sensation. I thought maybe i had to use the restroom but that not it. My baby is breech so i know its not her head pressing down. I'm only almost 28 weeks. what could this be?
I would call the hospital, this sounds like early labour. It could be perfectly normal but you better be safe. Pains and aches are common particularly when you over exert yourself but only you can judge the level of pain and if it concerns you never ignore it.
Your baby might not be breech anymore. Mine was breech, but I "think" he's turned bc I'm having a lot more pressure down below, and stuff. I go back to doctor tomorrow and am going to ask her about it.
I wouldn't say I feel the need to push, but I definitely feel like he's pressing down more now, definitely more pressure.
When's your next appointment? I was worried yesterday bc I was feeling a lot of pressure and had backache, and he wasn't moving nearly as much, but I ate a TON of valentine's day candy and girl scout cookies today so he's been pretty active, and I have my checkup tomorrow anyway so I decided to wait.
I'm hoping she'll do an ultrasound tomorrow to check everything out.
Maybe the backpain is from uterus stretching and stuff? They are going through a growth spurt right now and all. Hopefully it's nothing serious.
My back ache is starting to go away(: I just have that wierd feeling in my girl parts like i need to push. I'm not too worried cus when baby girl moved it felt like she was grinding on my cervix so i think she was just really low or pressing her feet on my cervix.
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