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SPD massively worse-baby dropped?

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LJBanana Sun 23-Feb-14 10:24:47

Hi I'm 37+3 with baby number 3.
The SPD I have been suffering has become progressively worse over the past few days and today I can barely walk ( just in time for DS2's 3rd birthday party in a soft play).
I'm crap at being able to 'tell' things. Could this mean the baby has dropped?

onceipopicantstop Sun 23-Feb-14 14:22:29

Don't know the answer but am hoping it is the case for me too! Dc's party yesterday and after standing up for 2 or 3 hours I was in a lot of pain. Couldn't actually lift my legs to get into the car! Better today although a bit stiff and sore. Hoping it means baby lower ( am 38+) rather than just overdoing it!

LJBanana Sun 23-Feb-14 16:52:57

Yes I'm the same, my left leg is being pathetic! Well hopefully it won't hinder our last few weeks of pregnancy too much!

mummie2b1987 Sun 23-Feb-14 20:24:54

This happened to me a few weeks ago! I have spd and I actually felt baby move down it was a weird feeling and I could hardly walk afterwards. I ended up not bring able to really move without crying and had to see gp as I was in so much pain couldn't sleep or do
Anything sad he prescribed me codeine-it's a godsend! I'm 39+3 now and it's more bareable with the codeine, midwife confirmed it had worsened because baby had engaged I was 3/5ths at last appointment, I managed to go for a walk today which I've not been able to do for at least 2 weeks! If you really are in pain pls see your gp or midwife smile xxx

LJBanana Sun 23-Feb-14 21:27:08

Yes I was 2/5 at my last appointment last week. Seeing MW on Wednesday so we shall see!
I felt like the baby was burrowing down last night and I've been so uncomfortable today.
You'd think by no3 I'd have a clue, but nope!

onceipopicantstop Sun 23-Feb-14 21:42:00

Not engaged at all when seen last week, but have mw appt tomorrow so will see if things have changed!

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