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VERY painful baby movements?

(11 Posts)
j20baby Sun 09-Sep-07 20:13:15

anyone else's lo hurt them badly when moving? its always seemed quite violent, but now when she's moving i could scream with the pain. am 36+5 wks.

vole3 Sun 09-Sep-07 21:07:46

Yep, DS wedged his feet under my liver and I had an incredibly sore spot on my ribs, so much so I couldn't wear a bra. My ankles kept warm tho' grin

Wilkie Sun 09-Sep-07 21:24:39

Oh god J20 - think you are having very similar pg to mine. I remember sobbing on phone to BF at 35 weeks because LO was SO active and I just felt bruised and sore constantly....!

EdieMcredie Sun 09-Sep-07 21:35:37

Yes, she was constantly making horrible sharp pains in my pelvis. Now im due next week and my bump is covered in red patches and very angry stretch marks. Im also itching constantly so my advice to you would be to slap on loads of cream now cos I wish I had done!! Can't suggest anything for the painful movements though-she has calmed down a bit and hopefully yours will too x

j20baby Sun 09-Sep-07 21:49:54

Thanks guys, nice to know i'm not the only one with a demon lo! she just seems so bony and jerky, really takes my breath away, will start rubbing cream on too, haven't been bothering so far as i'm too lazy!

j20baby Sun 09-Sep-07 22:04:23

hey wilkie, since we seem to be having similar pg i don't suppose you happened to go into labour a bit early did you?{{please please please}}

Wilkie Mon 10-Sep-07 09:18:39

9 DAYS early!!!! grin

Top tips for early labour:

Orgasms (by myself!! no nasty sex for me grin)
Nipple twiddling
Dairy Milk

chopster Mon 10-Sep-07 09:20:08

it is surprising how strong they are. My dts caused a collapsed lung and that was bloody painful. I used to find that getting into weird positions helped, bum up in the air kind of thing.

j20baby Mon 10-Sep-07 15:58:35

shock a collapsed lung-nasty!!

9 days early sounds good to me!although lo is breech atm, apparantly!

have already been doing all that wilkie, along with the fresh pineapple-no sex for me either, noone to have it with!!

Mumpbump Mon 10-Sep-07 16:01:04

Do you think it's possible she's flipping back around again? Fingers crossed...

j20baby Mon 10-Sep-07 19:35:39

hi mump-yeah i think she keeps going breech whenever they feel her and then puts her head down as soon as they've stopped feeling-she's just being arwkward!

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