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    Default Throbbing pain in lower back

    Hi everyone just wanted to get your opinion on some strange back pain I have been getting.

    As title suggests its in my lower back and seems to throb up my back. It seems to come in waves. It last ld maybe 30 seconds and if I'm talking I have I stop till it passes. So not excruciating but not just a twinge either.

    Is this Braxton Hicks. It's happened about 10 times in the last 24 hours. This is secondly pregnancy but don't remember it happening in y first. No real uterus pain - just this back pain.

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    How far along are you? You don't have a posterior baby do you?

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    I am 33 weeks - not sure what a posterior baby is?

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    I'm the same kinda except I have back pain on my right side constantly now.

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    Posterior is when baby is facing the opposite way to normal, and when you birth a baby like this it's often called 'back labour' as the pains are concentrated in the back.

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    Are you sure you are not just in labour with a posterior bub ? Hope all is ok x

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    Thankyou everyone for your advice. Pain is right in the middle almost in the spine. They have eased this afternoon so will just keep an eye on it.

    Doctor hasn't mentioned if she is posterior but I will check next appointment.

    Maybe Braxton hicks with a posterior baby - that's why I'm feeling it in he back.

    Pretty sure it's not real labor as its not frequent enough. But who knows lol


 

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