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So, my doctor is on vacation for another week. I'm guessing the woman who is covering her is busy because she didn't have time to call me back this week. I really don't want to bother the on-call unless it's important. I guess I'm wondering if this is important or not.
At my last appointment I asked about burning/tingling pains very low. My doctor said as long as they don't last a long time I shouldn't worry. I haven't had any lately but I have had some pains. I can't think of how to describe them. They don't last very long and don't seem to be triggered by anything in particular. I don't know if they're cervical pains. When I had my surgery I remember the post-op pain being up higher. Has anyone else had pains very low down? Any ideas on what they might be?
I've had the "cervical pain" I think you're describing. I've had it with two of my other three pregnancies. When I've asked, I've been told it's baby usually hitting a nerve that triggers the burning/tingling feeling.
Me too. Im very uncomfortable with this so they did an ultrasound to determine if my cervix was thinning but its not. They just said babies head is in the place to make it pressure tingle even go numb from time to time. The belly support band is supposed to help I'm trying that the last few days. But its not so far.