IS THIS NORMAL

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Tiff - October 5

This is kinda an embarrasing question and I dont want to ask my doctor. Ok, I have pain in the va___a and the r___m that comes and goes. Sometimes it's intense and sometimes just annoying. What is this and is it normal? I am 18 weeks pregnant.

 

Tiff - October 5

Anyone?? I'm really worried something is wrong.

 

Linz - October 5

I feel pressure down there from time to time. It is more uncomfortable than painful though, and it only happens about once a week or so. I am 20 weeks. I just a__sumed that it was the baby pushing with her legs or something like that. Sorry, I am not much help.

 

Christi - October 5

I had the same problem... does it feel twitchy??? I has some sharp...some twitchy, and some crampy pains... as far as i know its normal... i havent had any problems.... it does look rather odd though.... when it start hurting i want to grab myself down there...lol... it kinda sucks in public

 

Tiff - October 5

Cristi, I don't think there twitchy, just sharp and crampy. How far along were you when that happened?

 

Marlene - October 6

Hi Tiff i have them too they started in my v____a at about 14wks and i first felt them in my rectum area at 15wks.my mother says its normal.It doesnt really hurt just fells to me like shocks its more annoying then anything.I hope i helped but if you have more concern call your doc.

 

Suzie - October 6

i was told that it is caused from pressure on the siatic nerver that causes the quick sharp annoying pains. it is usually felt around the bum area. hope this helps

 

Darc - October 8

I have been told that these pains are called round ligament pains. And I have them quite often. They go in spurts. It is due to things expanding and stretching and making room for the baby. Perfectly normal!

 

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