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    I know right!!! So much for kegels as well ... I've kegel'd til I can't kegel any more and still no bladder control!

    Have you had problems with pelvic girdle pain or pubic symphysis pain??

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    You've definitely given me motivation to do my pelvic floor exercises every day! 💪

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    Oh dear ive never pelvic floor exercised maybe i should start

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    And speaking of bodily fluids and TMI... I've had diarrhea for about 24hours. Not sure if it's pregnancy related or just something I ate, but wondering how long I should wait before I worry about any affect on the baby eg) is my body absorbing enough fluids/nutrients for Bub?

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    I'd give your midwives/doc a call tomorrow if you're still feeling poorly. It's more the fluids so be sure to keep drinking heaps as tough as that is.

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    Kegels don't do anything!!! I haven't had any pelvic pain though. Just a bit of sciatic pain in my left leg and round ligament pain. And stretching discomfort in my belly when bubs is growing too quick for my skin to stretch and organs to get out the way.

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    Ah. I know that pelvic pain can cause weakness in bladder control. Maybe it's the same with sciatica etc.

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    Tassiewife it may be your pelvis moving.. That has been the result of my issues down there. I get pain around my hoo ha (as we are calling it lol), on the insides of my legs and my back. Seeing a physio that specialises in pregnancy was amazing!!! I was walking on air when I walked out!!

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    This pregnancy feels like its dragging.......

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    Nothing in my life has ever dragged quite like this pregnancy has......

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