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22 weeks first time mum wanting to know if what im feeling is the norm

(30 Posts)
looby222 Wed 22-May-13 20:32:50

Hey ladies!!

23 weeks on sunday and im showing nicely, had my 20 weeks scan and im having a beautiful boy smile over the moon. Ive been feeling/also seeong lovely kicks and wriggles. But.. Im still having aches.. Not pain as such like niggles in my lower tummy sometimes alot like ive pulled sonething its on and off. Ive heard its prob round ligament.. Seeing as ive blossomed a fair bit in the past month. I dont want to annoy my midwife by bombarding her with quesions.
Theres alot of movement all the time that both me and my oartner feel now. Just wondering is it like that as were all growing?

Locketjuice Wed 22-May-13 21:55:05

And although its so clique, enjoy it once you have you're little squishy out you will miss laying on the sofa watching your belly go crazy smile

I get the same looby im due 29th sep too are you on sep or Oct antenatal club thread im on the Oct u should join us we are a friendly bunch smile

Futterby Wed 22-May-13 22:24:46

I know looby :D congrats locket!

gillybeandramaqueen Thu 23-May-13 16:47:46

looby222 ...I am 23 weeks on Sunday TOO with my baba BOY and have all the aches, pains and twinges you mention!!!! flowers

...the only thing is though... I'm not feeling anything yet sad as my placenta is sitting right at the front apparently (behind my belly button) so my wee baba is kicking that instead of me!!! I'm feeling really anxious about it as there's no other reassuring signs to tell me that all is ok in there... apart from the aches n pains of course... and the fact that I am getting HAYOOOGE!!! grin

I can't believe how quickly 22 September is approaching.........!!! xxx

gillybeandramaqueen Thu 23-May-13 16:48:21

ps I'm first time Mum too! x

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