I have developed a really bad dry cough and can't stop coughing. It's giving me a headache and a sore stomach and I was wondering if this is bad for the baby, it's so bad I rarely get a moment to stop and feel if the baby's moving.
You are not going to shuggle the baby lose !! Sorry, you have a bad cough, 'tis rubbish and worse when you are expecting. I had Whooping Cough whilst pregnant with DS2 and coughed so much and so hard that to this day I swear it was the coughing that shot my pelvic floor to pieces, not having babies . DS2 was born at 31 weeks and my father to this day blames the cough: it wasn't, I had placenta praevia, so nought to do with coughing. Hope you'll feel better soon .
Thanks everyone for your replies, I was definitely worried that something might come loose :-). I guess if I'm rocking LO to sleep that would explain the slow downn in movements, or the lack of time to feel him. Pelvic floor muscles have been brilliant for the last 7 pregnancies this coughing has been embarrassing though