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...the universal answer for EVERYTHING. I woke up at 2 am with very painful pelvic cramping.
I woke my husband up since my midwife said if I had a lot of pain to go in. He was half asleep so I took some Tylenol and drew a bath.
I called the midwife on call who gave me this advice and said if it continued for another 30 mins to an hour to come in and get checked out.
I guess we will see what happens...
I'm so sorry you're in pain and hope it goes away soon. It sucks we can't just have a magic ball in pregnancy where we just look inside if something hurts or feels wrong and it says everything is ok. A girl can dream.
Misty, you should totally market that.
TheMrs...I hope it's not anything to worry about! It does suck that they always tell you to drink water and lay down...blah blah blah. In your case, you were already laying down! Keep us posted when you know more!
i was having a lot of low abdominal/back pain a week or so ago. it seemed to flare up especially in the evenings and when I was sleeping. since i wasn't having any labor symptoms (it was just a deep ache, not any kind of contractions) my doctor basically told me that it's normal pregnancy pain and to try tylenol/warm baths/a hot water bottle. the combination of taking tylenol and a nap benefited me the most. hope it subsides soon. pregnancy is definitely known to be uncomfortable in the final stretch.