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Head engaged at 30 weeks - any experiences?

(11 Posts)
shelbTa Fri 24-Jun-16 10:42:43

Hi

Been told my baby's head is engaged at 30 weeks. Reasonable amount of pressure down there and groin pain.

Has anyone experienced engagement this early and what has it meant for you? Has baby come early or stayed put?!

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AWafferthinmint Fri 24-Jun-16 10:45:23

It happened to me and baby stayed put 40+8! I was pleased when it happened as bump dropped and meant I could breathe normally!

shelbTa Fri 24-Jun-16 16:43:06

Thanks!

chloechloe Fri 24-Jun-16 20:57:48

Similar story here - head was engaged pretty early but didn't deliver until 40+5 after an induction (which didn't get her on her way either!) So no, it doesn't necessarily mean early labour!

shelbTa Fri 24-Jun-16 21:30:51

Thanks Chloe

Dixiechick17 Sat 25-Jun-16 08:02:50

Engaged from 31 weeks. I was signed off and told to rest but that was because I was already at risk of prem labour and my cervix was soft. I went to 40+5

shelbTa Sat 25-Jun-16 08:09:14

Thanks Dixie.

NovemberInDailyFailLand Sun 26-Jun-16 05:45:12

Same here, he finally showed up at 42 weeks.

shelbTa Sun 26-Jun-16 06:38:21

Thanks November

Ifiwasabadger Sun 26-Jun-16 06:42:07

Yep, at 24 and 26 weeks. I'm had t g on immediate bed rest, it was horrific. I had a cervical stitch too. In the end I delivered at 36 but only because I basically stayed horizontal....good luck....

shelbTa Sun 26-Jun-16 08:16:32

Blimey badger, that sounds tough.

Were you guys m in pelvic pain from early engagement? All of a sudden my groin is killing and have period pain. Don't know whether to mention it to anyone / take it easier or girl up.

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