I'm also with you on the always having to pee. Its funny... everytime the baby moves I either have to pee or I have a surge and then I have to pee
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And I don't know if it was hiccups.... but it was this rhythmic thing, not a cramp - more like a spasm but repeated very far down. I'm embarassed to say it, but it was in my vagina. Didn't hurt. I don't know if it was the baby or if it was just my body freaking out trying to do kegels for me. Maybe I need to strengthen my pelvic floor.
Can anyone offer advice? It was freaking me out last night in the car.
And how do we know what the braxton hicks feel like? Gah, so many questions.
And, hairpin, I think I know exactly what you mean about the super low rhythmic spasm (that's actually the sort of thing that made me think that baby was plotting it's escape )! I couldn't imagine that it was hiccups but there was definitely a rhythm to it. It really made me sort of uncomfortable - I'd have to shift and move around to try to get it to stop!
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