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Pelvic pain? (tmi )
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capriciousangel31 posted:
Okay so for the last week or so it's become more noticeable and painful for me to go from sitting to standing and laying down to sitting, it's like my pelvic area down there is being pulled and I feel almost swollen like my lips down there are swollen and rub when I go to walk.
It's the worst when I wake up and then towards the end of the day it starts to hurt again. Is this normal or should I ask my doctor at my appt on July 5th? btw I am 33 weeks and 4 days .
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Zaysmama responded:
I have had the same feeling for a while... mine don't seem to rub together but everything is swollen... I feel ya on the TMI, sometimes when I stand up all the pressure feels like gravity is pulling everything thru my v-jay... Its extremely uncomfortable & i don't remember having this issue when I was preggers with DS1... i thought maybe it was because he was in the breech position so all of his weight was lower but its still doing it 9weeks later. I have a dr appt on tuesday and might mention it. I don't think its any cause for concern since I've had it for so much of this pregnancy but now that i'm almost 30 weeks I am wondering if maybe he will come early or something!.. If you decide to talk to your dr let me know what he/she says!


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