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Not feeling right? 33 weeks

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Nikki2ol6 Sat 19-Nov-16 18:37:44

Been feeling a off all day. Haven't been hungry at all I boiught a sandwich from Greggs for my lunch but after a few bites felt sick so binned it. I haven't been hungry since and it's been almost 7 hours..... normally I'm fairly hungry and eat a lot. Is this normal late pregnancy stuff or possibly a stomach bug?

moobeana Sat 19-Nov-16 18:57:56

How are baby's movements? How is your temperature? Any other symptoms, swelling, headache, sudden backache?

Nikki2ol6 Sat 19-Nov-16 19:08:22

My baby is moving fine and no headaches or back aches I assume my temp is fine as I don't feel it's not I just feel like I don't know where to put myself confused

moobeana Sat 19-Nov-16 19:26:08

I have had this twice in my pregnancies.

1 - my baby had shoved her feet into my stomach thrust reducing its size to something the size of a walnut. I would be hungry but somehow couldn't actually fit food in. I just had to resort to almost constant nibbles until she shifted!

2 - I just felt 'off' not real other symptoms, but I went and got checked. Baby's waters had been slowly leaking into my abdomen! So I was monitored and she was delivered at 37 weeks.

My midwife always said (in fact has written on the wall of her room!)

So I would say go and get checked or at least call your hospital / midwife.

PeachBellini123 Sat 19-Nov-16 20:24:34

What's OP supposed to say to the hospital 'I feel a bit and off and couldn't finish a sandwich'?!

My appetite had definitley decreased OP. I think it's due to the baby taking up more room. I've got heartburn though so it's probably a consquence of that.

moobeana Sat 19-Nov-16 20:57:04

No, she says I don't feel quite right. Things have changed? They are much better able to form questions which will illicit answers that guide a more accurate diagnosis.

I know it it more than likely nothing, but I have had too much experience personally and with those around me to advise anything but caution. I have never heard of a midwife being angry about a call or visit.

Nikki2ol6 Sat 19-Nov-16 21:01:25

I ate some vegatage soup but only managers a few spoon fulls I'm laying on my bed now relaxing Iv also had two glasses of water. My baby is moving fine as he normally does. I think perhaps it's the start of a tummy bug there is a lot going around ATM but if I still don't feel quite right tomorrow but there are no outward signs of a bug I will call up and see what they say

JontyDoggle37 Sat 19-Nov-16 21:09:13

Please don't leave it until tomorrow. Your body is shouting loudly that something isn't quite right. Never be afraid of 'making a fuss' or wasting time - this is your baby you're talking about, every check is worth it. Ring the hospital, they'll ask you to come in and get checked, hopefully you'll be home again in a few hours with peace of mind - and if not you'll be in exactly the right place. Please, please trust your instincts and get this checked.

Pestilence13610 Sat 19-Nov-16 21:14:31

If you feel off enough to ask us, you feel off enough to ask the midwife.

MistressMolecules Sat 19-Nov-16 21:44:23

I'm afraid I have to agree with previous posters who are suggesting going to midwife. I was always told that in exactly these circumstances (something doesn't feel quite right even if you can't put your finger on it) then go get checked. The midwives will not mind!

Nikki2ol6 Sun 20-Nov-16 10:06:48

So I called up late last night and expressed my concerns she asked is my baby moving, do I have any pains, do I feel unwell in anyway. Does it hurt to pee am I peeing more or less. I answered all of them fine so she decided I could stay home... this morning I feel fine. Just no appetite still!!

ForTheLoveOfGrace Sat 10-Dec-16 09:14:37

How are you OP?

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