I noticed this last week when I went out for a walk at lunchtime, I got a really bad pain in my right hand side, low down, sort of parallel to/just underneath my belly button. It went away when I sat down so I thought nothing of it.
Well today I decided to go for a walk and within about 2 minutes of leaving the flat I had the same pain again! It did ease off a bit when I slowed down (I think I think I can still walk like I used to!!) and I got to where I was going (it's about 1.5 miles from here to town), but on the way home it started on my left side really bad and by the time I got home (the walk home is a lot of uphill) the pain was on both sides of the bump!
Any idea what this could be? Could it be braxton hicks?? Cause my bump always feels really tight when I walk, but I don't actually know what braxton hicks feel like!
I think I'll try wearing the bump support belt I have tomorrow (if I can find it!) and see if that makes any difference to the pain At least baby's happily kicking away again now (always goes to sleep when I walk )
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