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Discussion in 'Third Trimester' started by lauralou, May 22, 2013.

  1. lauralou

    lauralou Well-Known Member

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    Omg you call it tuppence too!!!! Argh! It was our family word and now makes me cringe saying it hahaha.
    I had this..I think it's the babies head when moving about it must cramp ha nerve or something lol. Xxx


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    I've been getting this all day Laura!! Its so weird, almost like a trapped nerve but in my foofy?
     
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    My gosh I get this all the time, to the point I think she might fall out haha very strange feeling xx
     
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    I've been getting it for weeks and thought it was just girly pressing on something, but it's bloomin' uncomfortable and at times it really hurts!! Sneezing & coughing or laughing too hard seems to make it worse too!!
     
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    I get this too, It's where the 2 parts of your pelvis join, you symphasis pubis. This is held together by ligaments which loosen due to hormones and now baby weight, as they start to loosen/seperate ahead of pregnancy it can cause twinges/pain discomfort et. But all normal :eek:) mild spd really xx
     
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    I can't answer your question but love your use of the word tuppence! I used to call it that when I was a little girl :) I always used to chuckle when I went to buy something in a shop and the shop keeper would give me 'tuppence change' lol x
     
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