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March 19th, 2013, 05:42 PM
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I can't seem to remember anything anymore, my brain is just not working these days, so forgive me if I posted this already. I was wondering if anyone else gets this odd sensation when baby kicks. If he starts kicking (or punching) really low in a certain spot, my teeth tingle. Like I bit into ice cream, or that horrible feeling you get in your teeth when nails are scraped on a chalk board. Anyone else get this? He must be hitting some nerve just right or something, but it is just so weird!
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March 19th, 2013, 05:51 PM
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Oh my! No, I don't get that one (nor do I believe you asked this before).

But either my belly or my baby sometimes gets this weird thing where it feels like she is seizing. I looked it up and it's common of this stage of pregnancy. But it totally freaks me out. It could be either the uterus or the baby's immature nervous system. But I panicked the first couple times I felt it.

It does sound like your baby has hit a nerve. Every so often Jo will kick my cervix which sends "zaps" into the rest of my body. But it doesn't feel quite like you are describing. More of an overall "twinge" than a physical discomfort.
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March 19th, 2013, 07:14 PM
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I know the feeling from having sensitive teeth (the tooth paste saves my life) I wonder if its just a whacko nerve situation? Good luck
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