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#1 of 7 Old 03-28-2011, 05:01 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I know twinges are normal and all, I guess I am just wondering when it is more than a twinge and when to worry? Amazing how much you forget through the years!

 

Also, what are some books you enjoyed reading during pregnancy that explains what the body goes through, what to expect, ways to soothe the body, etc, in more of a natural way than what to expect when expecting, thanks!

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hi there

 

how far along are you?

what kind of twinges are you experiencing?

 

I tend to get all the info I need online,havn't really got a book at this point.

 

good luck

 

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5 weeks and 4 days.

 

I guess just little feeling in my ab, not really painful per se.

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Round ligament pains were one of my first symptoms.  Often when I sneeze or blow my nose I feel them, sharp twinges kind of near my pubic bone.  Last pregnancy they started about 6 weeks, this time it was 4 weeks!

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Thank you SO very much!

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Ina May Gaskin's book Guide to Natural Childbirth is a great read. I finished it a few weeks ago and loved it. I'm also currently reading Baby Catcher by Peggy Vincent... that one is just a memoir written by a midwife, but it has some really great stories about birth in it, I'm loving it! 


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I read "Baby Catcher" every time I am pregnant :) Love that book! Makes you LOL on some chapters and cry on some others. I liked "Diary of a Midwife" too.


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