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Pressure?

So for the past few days I've been feeling some serious pressure in my pubic bone, I'm only 27 weeks and I do not remember feeling pressure like this until later in my pregnancy with my boys. Is it normal to be feeling pressure like that this early? I don't want to call the OB and have them tell me I'm crazy. Could it be the position of baby?
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Re: Pressure?

  • Call them! It's what they're there for. Maybe baby is just sitting low, but doesn't hurt to call.
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  • I would call them. I have had pressure in my pubic area for awhile but I know the baby has been a low rider the whole time from my u/s.
    Mine has been that way too. Placenta is fundal and baby is all squashed down in my pelvis. It's lovely getting kicks to the bladder and crotch. If I want DH to feel the baby move I have to stick his hand between my legs. :-P
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  • I've been that way for weeks now. Its called symphysis pubis dysfunction... i.e. your baby is pushing on your pelvic bone. I talked to my Dr. about it and she said it was completely normal, and to take a bath when it gets bad. 


    Hope it gets better for you!
  • I agree with those saying to go ahead and ask your doctor (as always, that reeeeally helps when your brain just can't seem to be quiet...), though I will say I had a very similar experience last pregnancy. For no reason at all, my angel thought it was GREAT idea to burrow into my pelvis. She did this as early as about 20 weeks! And yeah... it was painful... Thankfully at about 28-30 wks she gave up because she finally realized she was too big. ;) Hoping it's something that simple for you!
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