Hey all! Considering I'm 40+6 with an induction Tuesday, I could be grasping at straws but I wanna hear what you all think.
As of now, I haven't had any contractions I would call painful at all, and nothing has been even vaguely consistent. Although there is a good chance baby could be "sunny side up" because my placenta is anterior. I'd heard that this is totally fine, but that in labor it would increase the "back labor" verses just pains from contractions. It's never been confirmed or denied about baby's positioning, so don't know for sure. Although, yesterday I did the last of my cleaning and organizing then towards the end of the day was in increasing pain. Around 6 it started on my left side in my back as if I could have pulled something while cleaning so I didn't think much of it. By 9 it was a dull but powerful ache covering my mid-lower back and down through my hips to the outsides of my thighs. Once I got to bed at 11 my hips were hurting so bad I was halfway wincing while trying to roll and adjust to get comfortable. I finally fell asleep. Now at almost 4am I woke up having to pee. I can't tell what's going on with the pain. It's still there for sure, but I can't tell if I'm getting used to it or if it's eased up a little since I've been asleep. Definitely doesn't feel like I pulled something anymore... Something is up. Any advice or input? I need it!