I don't know what's going on, I have had bad tummy cramps for the past few days and generally been a little sore in my lower abdomen but I took some paracetamol and finally got to sleep at 5am. I've woken up again (it's now 6.45am) with not so much cramps but just a very bruised feeling stomach. When I tried to sit up in bed it was agony, as if I'd been punched and the area was really sore from that What could this be?
ETA: Also have complete insomnia and my bowels feel funny although there isn't much actually different going on
I think it sounds like baby dropping and things getting ready. I've had some cramps and a nearly constant dull ache (like period pain) since Sunday. I'm not worried about it personally but if you are or if something feels wrong it's probably best to check with the midwife.
i had the exact same feeling all week.my stomach felt bruised too especially when i got outof bed.. i went into hospital and they said its just normail that the baby isdropping down more getting readyx
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