Sorry TMI but any1 else??

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  1. emzlouize

    emzlouize mum 2 Aidan & Angel Mason

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    lol theres no other way to word this ladies but does any1 else get shooting pains up their bum? :rofl:

    it seems to be on a night for me when im goin to sleep! please say there is sum1 else haha!
     
  2. MamaK

    MamaK Mama to Miles

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    Actually I have had this maybe once or twice... and as far as I remember I think this was also in the evening / at night in bed.... how weird, haha :D

    Not exactly sure what causes it... I think mine came around the same time as trapped wind / indigestion.

    :hug:
     
  3. LongRoadAhead

    LongRoadAhead ♥Due 06/05/09♥

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    Sounds like you've probably got a pile, there really common in pregnancy
    Shooting pain is normaly the 1st sign you've got one or got one coming
    Xx
     
  4. emzlouize

    emzlouize mum 2 Aidan & Angel Mason

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    OH MY GOD DONT SAY THA :( i was talkin to my friend other week wile we wer sat aving a meal (she as got a 3yr old) and she sed she used to get em, she never sed anything about piles lol omg i ope not :(:(:(
     
  5. happyfamily123

    happyfamily123 Expecting Baby #3

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    I had this today and it freaked me out!
     
  6. lesleyann

    lesleyann Mummy

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    sorry anit had that but i have had a few very weird feeling in my woohoo
     
  7. juliespencer9

    juliespencer9 Well-Known Member

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    i get this alot, i also got it when i wasnt preg, i dont think its piles, its like a stabbing pain that goes right up you arse haha, makes you clench it hurts so much.

    hehe
     
  8. Faerie

    Faerie Proud Mummy

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    Nope, not had that, but have had a couple of odd shooting pains right up my va-jay-jay
     
  9. DevotedMommy

    DevotedMommy Mother of 1, 1st Tri w/#2

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    My husband calls them "colon spasms" lol... we have both had them not while we were pregnant (obviously he couldn't be pregnant, haha)... I don't know what they are but I have only had them a handful of times ever, and I don't know if I was pregnant or not when I had them... But my husband says he used to always get them before he met me, lol... Whatever that means!
     
  10. ribboninthesky

    ribboninthesky Proud Mum of 3! :o)

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    I've had it a few times since I've been pregnant, it only happens though if I sit down.......but bloodyhell do I move quickly and stand up again lol!
     
  11. Fluella

    Fluella Well-Known Member

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    i've had this before, if the pain is going from your leg into your bottom and then into your back it's a sciatica pain. i've had it in the past but worse in the past few weeks.
     
  12. DevotedMommy

    DevotedMommy Mother of 1, 1st Tri w/#2

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    When I had it, it didn't have anything to do with my legs. It just shot up my butt kind of... it felt kind of like a "shock" or something... I would jump up... then it would be gone as quickly as it came.
     
  13. massacubano

    massacubano Guest

    Have had this happen, it is a very very sharp pain, maybe in the cervix area? No clue what it is, never asked anyone. GL
     
  14. DevotedMommy

    DevotedMommy Mother of 1, 1st Tri w/#2

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    The thing I am talking about can't be in the cervix area because my husband gets them and he doesn't have a cervix. lol ... maybe we are talking about two different things though? haha
     
  15. ribboninthesky

    ribboninthesky Proud Mum of 3! :o)

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    Could it be something to do with constipation?!
     
  16. DevotedMommy

    DevotedMommy Mother of 1, 1st Tri w/#2

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    Oh yes it could be that for me! That's a great idea. If that's the case, drinking lots of water would help it, which could explain why I don't have that issue right now... I am drinking tons of water.
     
  17. lammy456

    lammy456 pregnant omg possibly 2

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    when i was carryin my twins yeah xx
     
  18. massacubano

    massacubano Guest

    LOL or in the bum? Mine centers in the tail bone area? not the sciatic (SP) nerve, know that pain too well... :hissy:
     
  19. Gemma Simone

    Gemma Simone Well-Known Member

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    oh my god. i got this the other day. a really sharp piercing pain right up my bum. i was a bit worried as to what it might be. happy to hear its not just me getting all these wierd little things
     
  20. pookies24feb09

    pookies24feb09 Sally - Evies mama <3

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    I remember getting this pain in my bum, and I'm pretty sure I read somewhere that it was due to dehydration... Not sure If there's any truth in that, but I've been trying to get my 2 litres a day since and haven't had it in a couple of months! Hope this helps!
     

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