♥ Kylee's Mommy Due August 20; 1 child; Lawrence, Kansas 34 posts
5th May '12

Are you serious? Pelvic pain? I am carrying my little girl so low she always is hitting my hips and puts pressure on my pelvic bone, hits it, even manages to kick me in the ribs since I have a short abdomen. Under my chest kills me, my nerve endings have been stretched so it's numb and sore and my ribs feel like they are going to break at any moment cause they are being pushed out. Pelvic pain is all you got then well damn that just sucks huh. Unless it would literally kill or do severe damage to you or the baby if you went on no body will let labor continue. That is just harming the baby. 37- 40 weeks is the appropriate timing and only 37 IF THE BABY IS HEALTHY; VERY HEALTHY.

Nicola =) 1 child; Huntsville, Alabama 2783 posts
5th May '12

Oh goodness. For the sake of your unborn child I hope you are joking. If not your child is in a lot of danger. I am scared to know what else you might do for your own convenience if you are willing to risk your baby's life because you are in pain.

☆º×ß¡±©µ×º☆ Due September 18 (girl); 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Centralia, Washington 45321 posts
5th May '12

Not spam smh

My Little Bessie United Kingdom 27582 posts
5th May '12

Yay my vote made the difference lol



I have the sure fire way to get that baby out of you, you drink plenty of water, get plenty of rest, eat well and BAM in the next 7 - 9 weeks that baby will pop right out.

Summerfrost 51 kids; Massachusetts 6718 posts
5th May '12
Quoting Disco Bessie.:" Yay my vote made the difference lol I have the sure fire way to get that baby out of you, you drink ... [snip!] ... of you, you drink plenty of water, get plenty of rest, eat well and BAM in the next 7 - 9 weeks that baby will pop right out."


Lol! love this. :) The hospital will stop labor until 35 to 36 weeks. Even if you manage to get labor started, which hopefully doesn't happen, they would just make you stay in the hospital on all sorts of drugs and stuff. You'd end up being even more miserable than you think you are now .

Mrs Mia Wallace 33 kids; Georgia 2858 posts
5th May '12

I wasn't gonna comment on this but I felt so compelled to do so....
OP, I will gladly trade with you! Your pregnancy for mine. I'd trade your aches for seeing my child fight for his life, hooked up to wires, monitors, waiting weeks to actually hold him, hearing he's not gonna make it and numerous medical issues he had/has from being born premature. I'll trade your pains for my having to spend two weeks in the hospital due to the infection causing Necrotizing Fasciitis (flesh-eating disease), undergoing a secondary surgery to remove necrotic tissue larger than the size of a football, the horribly painful wound vac changes, praying for death as the nurse ripped your flesh pulling the sponge out of your abdomen and being under home-health care for 3 months and getting discharged just in time to get yourself together before your sick preemie is discharged from the NICU.
I'll gladly trade your 33 weeks for my 24. Be thankful that you can carry a child for that long....Seriously, I would not wish what I-and other preemie moms-have been through on my worst enemy. Maybe you need to take a tour, just a stroll through your local level III NICU, and I guarantee you wouldn't say some asinine shit like this! For your sake and your baby's health, don't wish to go into labor early. That's like inviting death to your f**king door!

Mommy to Boys! 4 kids; Ohio 6057 posts
5th May '12
Quoting KB*in*the*Sky*with*Juju:" I wasn't gonna comment on this but I felt so compelled to do so.... OP, I will gladly trade with you! ... [snip!] ... this! For your sake and your baby's health, don't wish to go into labor early. That's like inviting death to your f**king door!"


Sorry you went through this. Prayers to you and your baby.

K&A 17 kids; California 884 posts
5th May '12

You're due in September and you're already 33 weeks? Right, troll.



Edit: I take that back, I did not realize the op was deleted....lol "enamorada" more like "aburrida"!

Nicola =) 1 child; Huntsville, Alabama 2783 posts
5th May '12
Quoting K&A:" You're due in September and you're already 33 weeks? Right, troll."


The original post was removed.
The OP 's profile said June 23rd was her due date.
Either way it was ridiculous.

amy & adrian +3 3 kids; Wisconsin 821 posts
5th May '12
Quoting KB*in*the*Sky*with*Juju:" I wasn't gonna comment on this but I felt so compelled to do so.... OP, I will gladly trade with you! ... [snip!] ... this! For your sake and your baby's health, don't wish to go into labor early. That's like inviting death to your f**king door!"


This made me tear up, Sorry to hear this I hope for the best for your LO and your family!

Sara Due May 9 (boy); 1 child; Mandan, North Dakota 24 posts
6th May '12

Dont worry about your pain almost every women experiences some kinda pain. Suck it up for the rest of you trimester for your baby. Your baby's lungs arent fully developed and Im sure your doctor will not induce. They stopped my labor at 35 weeks so Im sure their not gonna induce your labor until they believe he is ready. Just think of your baby's health situation. He or She will be in the hospital for awhile with tubes and needles. He or She will be much happier in your belly for 9 more weeks.