Belly Going Hard

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  1. Frankie

    Frankie Well-Known Member

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    Obviously it was my LO but its rather a strang feeling but a nice one :happydance:
     
  2. danni2609

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    Yeh i get this at night time does go very tight
     
  3. Dragonfly

    Dragonfly Mother of 4

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    Mine done that yesterday and it was really noticable! is that baby moving or what?
     
  4. Frankie

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    I dont know what it is its just went very hard next to my belly i thought it was his head
     
  5. Dragonfly

    Dragonfly Mother of 4

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    I thought it was a bum sticking out lol
     
  6. Frankie

    Frankie Well-Known Member

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    Could be I had to have a little poke to see what he was doing
     
  7. Lil_Gem_1989

    Lil_Gem_1989 Well-Known Member

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    yeh my tummy goes rock hard and feels uncomfortable sometimes x
     
  8. Frankie

    Frankie Well-Known Member

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    wonder what itl feel like when theres no room for our little ones to move about
     
  9. katieandbump

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    awww bless i have this a few times every night get a pressure feeling like a balloon blowing up then you look/feel and its sticking out and rick hard, we've felt a head shape and an arm shape already lol its a nice feeling, freaked me out the first time lol. xx
     
  10. Frankie

    Frankie Well-Known Member

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    awww thats well canny Katie it felt like a head
     
  11. Hevz

    Hevz 4 beautiful children

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    Its probably Braxton Hicks contractions (practice ones). Or sometimes as you've said, it can ba baby pressing it's back, head bum against the outside:cloud9:
     
  12. Frankie

    Frankie Well-Known Member

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    do braxton hicks hurt?
     
  13. Dragonfly

    Dragonfly Mother of 4

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    and is it ony practisiing as i dont fancy early labor at this stage! :O I get the odd kick down below that hurts a bit.
     
  14. Hevz

    Hevz 4 beautiful children

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    They shouldn't hurt no but I must admit that they can be very uncomfortable, especially if you need a wee. My advice is....if it's very uncomfy, empty your bladder and hopefully that'll help:hugs:
     
  15. Frankie

    Frankie Well-Known Member

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    oh right il prepare for them in future :happydance:
     
  16. Lil_Gem_1989

    Lil_Gem_1989 Well-Known Member

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    wonder what itl feel like when theres no room for our little ones to move about[/QUOTE]

    yeh, uh oh sounds painful lol
     
  17. Welsh_mum_to_b

    Welsh_mum_to_b Due Oct 17th

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    i always wake up with one side squidgey and the other hard and bulging. I can always seem to tell where bab is lying. How sweet, but feels wierd!
    xx
     

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