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Old 03-08-2012, 10:41 PM   #1
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Is this normal? Nothing really hurts, just a annoying ache, EVERYEHERE. I can't sit, I can't stand, I can't lay down. I am not having contractions that I know of, I don't feel them like I did with my DS1, but I never felt like this. I sit/stand/lay down and eventually my body gets annoyed and propels me up. My back hurts a little bit, but I don't know if this is cause for alarm or not. The overwhelming need to keep moving is weird.

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Yes, it is. Lol.
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So its normal to literally be pacing the floor cause I can't do anything else?
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So its normal to literally be pacing the floor cause I can't do anything else?
How far along?
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Sounds like you are stretching (popping) and its just a series of muscles being irritated from being stretched. I had many of those nights in both my full term pregnancies.
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How far along?
I'm 30 weeks, and a few days. I never did this with my DS. Its made me irritable tonight. Baby is head down, I can feel him in my bone if I try to sit on all fours which usually helps me, but not tonight. I've been feeling like this for about 2-3 hours.
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Yeah, that sounds about right to me. Unless the pain is timetable, making you think
It's contractions, I say 'growing pains' miserable growing pains and I do remember them, Unfortuantly
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No the pain is constant, only worsens when I stay in a position for too long.
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I remember those nights. Could you take a tubby and try and stretch after?
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I had that feeling, like my skin, bones & every joint ached....but I had developed pre-e/HELLP syndrome. The stretching pain/growing aches I felt all through my pregnancy were completely different than the discomfort I felt once the pre-e had started. I hope yours is nothing more than a growth spurt
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