This is a discussion on EDD: August 2012 within the Year 2012 Mummy forum, part of the Mummy Meeting Place category; Originally Posted by bertrande There is the issue of warranty - Medela pumps all come with LOCAL warranty only so ...
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Lately however, I've been feeling the pains on my thighs. I read about it over the internet and it's called the sciatic nerve; meaning the developing baby sits on the uterus which affects my sciatic nerves. Something like that... and it's really hurting me so badly when I walk. I'll be visiting my gynae later, see what he can do to help me relieve the pain. I doubt anyone is as "lucky" as me to get this sciatic nerve pain during pregnancy and I hope mine won't worsen...
Hello to all Aug 2012 mummies,
I am new to this forum (& this thread)...
Am also a Aug 2012 mummy,
EDD: 26 Aug
And she was told this will last till full term and nothing much you can do..
Her gynae said swimming will help to reduce the pain.....
Do let us know what does your gynae says..
Oh ya, I better start going back to my swimming exercises now again... Now that this pain kinda reminded me to do so, since I dont't really like to exercise...
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Perkyperky, my friend & relative advice that walking as an exercise should be later part like in 3rd tri. As it is to help to have a smooth delivery. As of now, dont over tired ourselves 1st. Normal walking is ok. you can try swimming to relax, it might help in reducing the pain. For me, not much of the pain but numbness at inner thigh.
Zaclin: Yup, I am a first-time mum.. so kinda excited..
perkyperky: thank you..
bertrande: Oh.. when is your edd? I went for detailed scan last week.. it's a princess...
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Maybe you should be like me and talk to your baby, and your pain will probably go away like me!
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those who felt the kicks already, do you feel that the kicks are now more intense and frequent now?
It has been 2 wks after I felt the 1st kick and now baby is kicking me alot throughout the day... and I can feel it is more intense...
Just wondering if it will get worst later... haha.. maybe so bad that it will be painful for me?
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Ya seems like many of us is having a princess!!
I think my baby is more a "daddy gal" cos when I asked her to kick, usually she just dont follow. But when my hubby asked her to kick, surprisingly she will! Very amazing! Now I'm also experiencing more motions from her.
At my last detailed scan, she keeps moving so eventually the doc did not manage to take a clear "pic" of her.. I heard they say the baby will look quite similar to the "scan pic" which we took at the detailed scan. Hmm.. but it looks abit scary! haha!