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    Hi everyone

    I am brand new on this forum and I am looking forward to share my experience with you all.
    I am now 29 weeks pregnant and expecting a little girl for 11 January 2014 (EDD).

    I have been feeling ok so far apart from the backpain and accasional pelvic pain if I walk too fast or for too long.

    For the last few days, I have been feeling really sick though, as if the morning sickness was back. I was wondering if anyone else experienced this too in the third trimester. I am thinking that it might be due to the fact that my little one is moving a lot in my belly and pushing a bit on my stomach at times so maybe it causes a bit of nausea. I am hoping this is only going to be temporary as I am worried to lose some weight and not be able to feed myself properly over the last weeks of my pregnancy if the nausea gets as back as in the first trimester.

    Also, anyone else has a very active baby ? Mine moves sooo much it is crazy. She also seems to be kicking and moving almost always in the same spot (on my right side soemtime near my hip bone).

    I hope everyone is well and I can't wait to read everyone's experiences!

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    Hi elo. Welcome to bubhub.

    With my first pregnancy it felt like my son was playing soccer, so I remember that feeling.

    I had ms all through both pregnancies so can't comment on it stopping and coming back, sorry.

    All the best for the remainder of your pregnancy

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    I had morning sickness until 16 weeks and then it disappeared for 13 and came back around week 29. It's not as bad as the first trimester for me though. I did ask the midwife about it and she said some people can just be lucky and get it back again.


 

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