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We went for a long walk yesterday to the zoo I really didnt think anything of it cause Im only 15 weeks pregnant so I just thought one last time. But after we got home I started have pressure. Its not BH the only way I can describe it is that I feel like Im 38 weeks pregnant and the baby is going to come.. If that makes any sense.
It feels fine when Im lying down but I have a toddler to look after so were going to try and take it easy today and keep my feet up and drink lots of fluids. Just wondering if anyone else has had this so early..
there were points when I was about 20 weeks were I felt like they were going to fall out... But I advise that you listen to your body! and if you dont know something you really should make sure you dont ignore it... Being pregnant with twins isnt easy as we all know
I felt that way when I was on my feet for too long. I would always sit or lie down for the rest of the day and it would go away. You are doing the right thing--just take it easy. I would always try to help with the yard work and stuff and even at that early stage it was pretty much more than I could handle to be on my feet more than an 45 minutes to an hour.
Wife to Jeff, Proud Mother to Aidan and Connor (born August 3, 2007), and Step-mother to Aaron (13)
I didn't have anything like that until I was close to 30 weeks. I had to get a babysitter for my 1 1/2 year old during my pregnancy though, as my doctor has me on bedrest from 24 weeks on. Listen to your body and if you feel like something isn't right, ask your doctor.