**Pains In Vagina** (TMI)

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  1. mummy2be_x

    mummy2be_x Mummy2Ella & Expecting #2

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    Sorry guys but had to ask lol im 23 weeks pregnant and keep getting pains in my vagina. i cant really describe them.
    Its like a pulse. Baby is really low down.

    has anyone else had this? or do they know what it could be?

    Also at the end of a wee its a bit uncomfortable!!
     
  2. Tink.x

    Tink.x Guest

    Could be a UTI (bladder infection). Make an appointment at doctors to get it checked out. The antibiotics they will give you are safe in pregnancy. xoxox
     
  3. mrsthomas623

    mrsthomas623 MommyToNolanAndPregnant!

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    I have had this on and off for awhile, more frequent lately. My OB said that the hormones are causing swelling, an sucky affect of the pregnancy. Def. get your doctors advice if you are concerned though!!
     
  4. nightkd

    nightkd Mum to two!

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    I've had weird sharp but at the same time dull pulsing pains in my vag recently...I have had a UTI, but I'm hoping they're not related to that because I just finished my antibiotics!! :S

    If you're worried get checked out! Could be baby's positioning maybe?

    xx
     
  5. blessedbylife

    blessedbylife Married Mom of 1 & Preggo

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    hey all of you... it could be a UTI, OR- as i had this with my first pregnancy... it could be your cervix... mine started thinning early (had my DD at 33 weeks) either way, talk to your doctor about it. It could also be the baby, or just growing pains.
     
  6. MissBroody

    MissBroody Well-Known Member

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    Ive had sharp pains, dull pains and pulsating in my vagina on and off since 18 weeks and have no UTI (been checked twice) so I hope its not my cervix :O i'm only 22 weeks - dont want my cervix to be dilating!! I get it every few days and feels as though baby is led on a nerve or something..
    xx
     
  7. lunarsea

    lunarsea Mother & Expecting No. 2!

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    I get this occasionally, but I'm pretty sure they would have told me if something was up with my cervix as I had two emergency ultrasounds in the ER, and I came back negative for any kind of UTI or kidney infection, so it may be nothing, but I would still ask your doc just to be sure
     
  8. bobobaby

    bobobaby Well-Known Member

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    My Dr. told me that it was just growing pains, from everything stretching.
     
  9. Blessed1

    Blessed1 Well-Known Member

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    I've had similar pains and my cervix has been checked every 2 weeks for awhile now and no changes have taken place..(thank goodness). Perinatal specialist said it was normal to have those pains. I've been getting them a lot this week and I go in Monday to have my cervix checked again.
     
  10. lanaross

    lanaross Mom to Bella and Greyson

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    I got it checked too and everything was tightly closed but the bubs was standing and kicking right there. Lovely.
     
  11. kaleidoscope

    kaleidoscope Mum of 4,expecting a 5th!

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    its most likely baby bouncing on a nerve..but if you are concerned..call your midwife
     
  12. Sam9kids

    Sam9kids Guest

    Ive had this with them all, its just mad stretching and blood flow.

    Call your mw if you are worried though x
     

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