Oh thank god.....

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Third Trimester' started by Boomerslady, Dec 19, 2009.

  1. Boomerslady

    Boomerslady Well-Known Member

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    This is totally pointless, but I was literally about to post saying I'd barely felt buba move today when he decided to wriggle!!

    My OH asked me at about 8pm if I'd felt buba much today....after thinking I realised I hadn't....at that moment I felt a bit movement.....then there'd been nothing since.

    I've been drinking cold drinks and lying on my left side for ages and still nothing :( so I rolled onto my back and got 2 faint wriggles. I know it's silly but he's usually so active in the evenings I was freaking out a bit!

    I wish he'd kick the crap outta me so I can be 100% sure hes ok!

    Sorry this is pointless, I was just so worried.
     
  2. jenniferannex

    jenniferannex Well-Known Member

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    i know the feeling, gettin very squashed im guessing bless him, everytime i think of saying somthing to my boyfriend she kicks, i think its cos u worry about it, but if u just relax u tend to feel them more! hope your little munchkin comes soon =) x
     
  3. Boomerslady

    Boomerslady Well-Known Member

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    Thank you :) if he doesn't come by Sun night I'm bein induced so at least I know I don't have long!

    I had a bath trying to relax in the hope he'd wriggle, but nothing!! He's usually so active which is why it's weird! He's moved a few more times since posting so I guess all is ok....maybe he's quietening down for labour (I wish!!)
     
  4. rocemom

    rocemom Mother of 1 expecting

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    my bean hasnt moved much at all today either, Ive been a little nervous. Usually its kicking my butt. whn I get off of work im going home and shaking my belly and poke it a little. I usually get lots of movement. If not Dr is getting called
     
  5. neady

    neady Well-Known Member

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    i was same a couple of weeks back, then one day had one verrryyyy active baby, since then shes been alot stronger everyday.
    they say if u dont feel 10movements n 24hours to go in to be cheked,
    my little one always moved at night, after her quiet few days shes started movin durin the day now,
    if your really worried ring ur midwife and let her no =) x
     
  6. Boomerslady

    Boomerslady Well-Known Member

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    Thanks hunni, he's been moving a load in the past hour or so, so all is good :)

    I'm just trying to work out if I'm in labour now as I'm having bad cramps in my belly and randomly threw up. Ahhh I hate not knowing why I feel like shit!
     
  7. Snoopy

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    Ooooh very exciting hun! Any pattern to the cramps? Do they go away if you do any exercise?
     
  8. Boomerslady

    Boomerslady Well-Known Member

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    Oh I don't know.....they went away a lol bit when I walked to the loo!! Does that count!!

    I haven't timed them as it's only got really uncomfy a few times. I can't feel my belly tightening though :( i guess I'll have to be patient!
     
  9. Snoopy

    Snoopy Well-Known Member

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    If you can feel them, time them...regardless of whether they cause pain. You could be in very early labour, before things really get going :)

    If they go away with exercise or a warm bath, or if there's no pattern, they may just be bad BH, but it does sound very positive!
     

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