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#1 of 3 Old 03-20-2006, 08:08 PM - Thread Starter
 
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This child is forever kicking me in the crotch!
I swear, it's making me totally crazy. I can't stand it and I wish he would quit!

Anyone know of anything I can do to keep him out of whatever position this is that he's in causing this to happen? It literally sends shivers up my spine and it's happening constantly. Grrr!!
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I have no suggestions ... I too am getting punched frequently in the same area ... it's a pain. Have you rubbed and massaged your belly to help encourage him to move around a bit?

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Mine does this as well, and so did dd a ton.

Pelvic rocking/tilts are the only thing that helps. Or sometimes I just put my face to the floor/bed with my bum up in the air. My suggestion is to make sure you do your tilts in the morning (25x) and before each meal (25x) then 40x at bedtime. Go pee before hand and lay directly down after you do them so that the baby doesn't go back downward. Also, do 25-40 every time baby starts doing this, and and before and after any kind of exercise.

Hope this helps!

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