stupid question lol.

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  1. aliciabubba

    aliciabubba Well-Known Member

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    this may be a stupid question but when you feel your bump and say its hard on one side or hard above your belly button etc is this where baby is laying? xxx
     
  2. Esperanza84

    Esperanza84 Well-Known Member

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    I'm not sure, but I think that's how it is. When my mw feels my bump, she can tell where her back is by feeling the "hard areas". The soft areas are just water/free space I think:)
     
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    VikkiR Well-Known Member

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    I can tell which is head and which is bum :)
     
  4. aliciabubba

    aliciabubba Well-Known Member

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    aww wish i could tell which was head and bum lol!!
     
  5. My1stBaby

    My1stBaby Well-Known Member

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    yep id say so :) i cant feel babys head as hes had it in my pelvis since week 25 but i can tell his feet are under my right ribs, and i get his elbow over the left hand side. He's still facing forward (so back to back) so never get a bum sticking out!!

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  6. BevG

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    i have a bum just slightly to the right under my ribs, if i press either side i can feel it move a lil, head is in my pelvis just by my knicker line and facing towards my back cos i can feel the back of her neck/head. i get elbows on either side of my bump level with my bellybutton too lol
     

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