s/c: having lots of pressure. Had appt Wed and had to do a 24-hr urine to check for preeclampisa. Hoping I don't have it but chances are high since I had with both previous pregnancies. Tired and hurting alot. Can't walk alot without ending up in pain and having to rest.
Other: I got everything I need for new baby this last week except maybe stocking up on more diapers lol.View Thread
I just saw the doctor Wed and he told me that it is normal just pressure from the growing. But I just had to do a 24 -hr urine to see if I'm developing preeclampisa. My due date is Nov 8th and I'm looking at having her much earlier than expected. Hoping to hold off as long as I can.View Thread
Okay this is my third baby but it has been six years since I had my last daughter so I can't completely remember anything. I'm 29 wks 5dys and having a lot pressure down there. It don't ease up whether I lay down or stand up or just sitting. Sometimes it last few minutes and sometimes for an hour or so then eases up. It is random as well. I don't have to be doing anything at all. Any advise???View Thread
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