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    Default Tailbone problem?

    I'm 21 weeks pregnant and the last day or so I've noticed my tailbone ?? has felt like it's knocking together/against something when I walk? It's the area just above my err.. bottom crack,so I'm assuming it's my tailbone.
    It doesn't hurt but the sensation is annoying...just wondering if anyone else has experienced this and can I expect this to get painful? This is pregnancy number 3 and I haven't felt this before. I haven't done any strenuous exercise or think of anything I've done that could have started this off.. Thanks!

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    Sounds like your sciatic nerve, lots of women complain of sciatica during pregnancy

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