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Not tellin 3 kids; Montana 55983 posts
23rd Oct '12
Quoting CorbinsMama:" Yeah, i used to be a big partier, but honestly, having being pregnant really saved me. Ive never been ... [snip!] ... supposed to be slowing down too my doctor had mentioned, but im noticing their really speeding up? Is this a sign of anything?"

You just notice them more because baby is bigger and the movements are more forceful. Also, some babies get pretty active when they are going into position.

CorbinsMama Due December 14 (boy); Calgary, Alberta 9 posts
23rd Oct '12
Quoting Not tellin:" You just notice them more because baby is bigger and the movements are more forceful. Also, some babies get pretty active when they are going into position. "

Okay, i just wanted to make sure it wasnt going to be some kind of issue or what so ever.....

Thorian's Mommy 1 child; Westbrook, ME, United States 8415 posts
23rd Oct '12

congrats! and welcome. I had my son circumcised. I let his father make that decision, i was hesitant on doing it but i dont regret it now. the pains sound normal, the only thing that helped me was laying on a hard surface. it seemed to put contour pressure on my hips. your jus going to need hlp getting back up. and honestly labor and delivery wasnt that bad. the worst is the unknown. i had an all natural birth and although it was scary cause of some complications the pain was managable as long as i kept moving. the yoga ball was a life savor! the after pain was fine for me. i didnt even feel like i had a baby. the worst was my tailbone. it felt like i had been kicked in the ass but it went away within aweek

Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
23rd Oct '12

I had a failed natural birth.



I'm not going to sugar coat it. Unless you consider cramps so bad it feels like you are going to shit all your guts out at any minute, not a lot of pain. I'm going to going to put the pain at probably a 15 on a scale of 1-10.

CorbinsMama Due December 14 (boy); Calgary, Alberta 9 posts
30th Oct '12

That sounds AWFUL!