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lizbeth199571
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Registered: ‎12-11-2013

Abnormal Pain! HELP.

I'm due March 15 so im 26 weeks as of right now... but I've been having some pain "down stairs" like if i ripped myself or if im stretching down there and its pretty painful. I feel like im constantly reopening a scab but theres nothing there? No bumps, no cuts,... nothing. I also have pain in my lower back like my tailbone area and its really painful when I stand up or readjust myself. It only hurts during the process of standing up and the first few steps afterwards and then it goes away :smileysad: help! I'm really worried and would like to know if any other soon-to-be mothers are experiencing the same pain or have an idea of what it is. 

I'm 18 and this is my first baby so I could be over reactiing it would be nice to know i have nothing to worry about but this pain is driving me crazy and I know it'll only get worse as my baby gets bigger!

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jennifercairney2012
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Registered: ‎12-17-2013

Re: Abnormal Pain! HELP.

It's not abnormal at all. Is it in your pelvic bone area? I am 28 weeks and have pain in my pelvis, lower back and anywhere else you can imagine. If I go from sitting or lying down to standing, it takes a few steps until it stop hurting so badly. I just had an OB appt. yesterday and he said it's the ligaments and bones moving and stretching to make way for baby. Call your OB if you are really concerned.

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gcarpenter19711
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Registered: ‎12-30-2013

Re: Abnormal Pain! HELP.

Yes jennifercairney2012 is correct. It's round ligament pain. I'm having my fourth and have been having same pain since I was 5 months along. It's more of an annoyance to me, not that painful, but everyone experiences it differently. Try taking a warm bath. That's what I do.
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