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26.5 weeks and baby feels soooooooo low BBNO5NTHEOVEN 5 kids; California 4923 posts
26th Mar '13

I feel so uncomfortable already with this pregnancy. It feels like Avery is falling out. It literally feels like my cervix is ripping open and my pubic bone (which I broke during my last labor doesn't feel like it can take much more of this. :(

mom of three 3 kids; Missouri 5097 posts
26th Mar '13

im sorry :( Maybe just try resting as much as possible. Do you think putting your belly in a brace might help pull her up a little?

Mutha. TTC since Jan 1995; 3830 posts
26th Mar '13

My little guy starting dropping around 27wks. I'm 32 now & it kills! I would maybe see if a belly band gives you any relief.

BBNO5NTHEOVEN 5 kids; California 4923 posts
26th Mar '13
Quoting Tristan and Liams mommy:" im sorry :( Maybe just try resting as much as possible. Do you think putting your belly in a brace might help pull her up a little?"


Not sure. I'm scared to buy one because even my stretchiest of pants feel too tight. It hurts so bad!

BBNO5NTHEOVEN 5 kids; California 4923 posts
26th Mar '13
Quoting ♥ExpectingOurLast:" My little guy starting dropping around 27wks. I'm 32 now & it kills! I would maybe see if a belly band gives you any relief."


Where did you get your Avi? Does it update on it's own?

Mutha. TTC since Jan 1995; 3830 posts
26th Mar '13
Quoting BBNO5NTHEOVEN:" Where did you get your Avi? Does it update on it's own?"

It sure does! Here's the link.
http://women.evenhealth.com/image/cgi-bin/baby-dev-avatars.cgi

BBNO5NTHEOVEN 5 kids; California 4923 posts
26th Mar '13
Quoting ♥ExpectingOurLast:" It sure does! Here's the link. http://women.evenhealth.com/image/cgi-bin/baby-dev-avatars.cgi"


Thanks!!!

ivalilly 1 child; Kansas 603 posts
26th Mar '13

Definitely look into getting a support belt! It really does help and I don't even wear mine all the time. Just when I'm around the house and it provides relief and usually will for a couple of days before I have to start wearing it again. Feel better, hun!

BBNO5NTHEOVEN 5 kids; California 4923 posts
26th Mar '13
Quoting ivalilly:" Definitely look into getting a support belt! It really does help and I don't even wear mine all the time. ... [snip!] ... house and it provides relief and usually will for a couple of days before I have to start wearing it again. Feel better, hun!"


Thanks. :D

EK91 1 child; Fort Worth, TX, United States 696 posts
26th Mar '13
Quoting BBNO5NTHEOVEN:" I feel so uncomfortable already with this pregnancy. It feels like Avery is falling out. It literally ... [snip!] ... is ripping open and my pubic bone (which I broke during my last labor doesn't feel like it can take much more of this. :( "


my LO sat really low around that time too. i constantly had to pee hahaha. she moved after a few weeks though. i'm sorry it's so uncomfortable :/