sharp pains

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  1. MissRhead

    MissRhead Well-Known Member

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    ive been getting sharp pains in my lady area, bit like a stabbing pain, anyone have any idea what this is? Ive tried googling it but asalways its contradicting info. Also my pubic bone feels really achey asif ive been kicked their lol, is this normal, its really quite painfull? xxx
     
  2. Waiting4Bump

    Waiting4Bump Well-Known Member

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    It could just be baby getting lower down hun :thumbup:
    If you're worried though, call your Midwive hun, sure it's nothing though xx
     
  3. EmmaMarch2010

    EmmaMarch2010 Well-Known Member

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    I had this the other night, it was exactly like you describe, a sharp piercing like pain in the groin area. It wasnt extremely painful, just a sensation I hadnt had yet. It came and went for about an hour. Havent had it since, was wondering if it was a BH, though I didnt feel any stomach tightening, nor any other seemingly abnormal pains/symptoms so I havent been overly worried by it, maybe just more stretching and movement preparing for delivery.
     
  4. summerarmahni

    summerarmahni summer and bailey

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    yep ive had the same hun and i get it more when i suddelny stand up or move quickly i think they are just really low bh and probs baby is getting lower xx
     
  5. jem02

    jem02 Mirren 16/01/10

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    I get this too mw said it's babys head engaging xx
     
  6. jmac

    jmac Well-Known Member

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    As the other's have said, it's the baby moving down and engaging. I asked mw a few weeks ago and she said it's quite normal. Bloody ouchy sometimes though!
     

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