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    37 weeks
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    cl1234 posted:
    Sooooo not feeling good. Uncomfortable, tired & keep getting pelvic pains. I can't stand/walk for too long either. Her head is down & everything is fine so COME OUT BABY!! Arrrg!
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    missashley1010 responded:
    Ill be 37 weeks tomorrow and I hear you loud and clear! Uncomfortable and tired. My hips and back feel like my body is going to tare in half! lol Im so ready to meet this little boy and being this uncomfortable just makes me want it that much sooner!


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