I agree with the previous person, i get achy, or feel more tender there often..but I just try to ignore it. Its mostly from round ligament pain and what not. Sometimes my lower abdomen is a little more sensitive than I am used to, but my doctor says thats normal. Good luck, try not to worry to much View Thread
Hey I am due on January 19th!! We don't know the sex yet, we find out in two weeks ! I am way excited for that!!! If it is a girl the name will be either Angelina Elizabeth Ann or Claire Rieghly (we are undecided), and if its a boy Cody Benjamin!View Thread
My husband and I are going to start ours next week, i will be 18 weeks, and we are taking it at a different hospital then the one I am delivering. You guys should be fine How far along are you?View Thread
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