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    Default 37 weeks with a lot of pain

    I keep gettkng sharp pains in my bum when I walk and it feels like baby is just going to fall out... What should I do?

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    Default 37 weeks with a lot of pain

    Sounds normal. If it's unbearable ask your Dr. But at 37 weeks everything's getting ready for the big day!! Bub's may have engaged already or close enough and is maybe pushing on a nerve.
    If it is only when you're walking it shouldn't be anything to worry about. Just another joy of pregnancy

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    I agree with mumoftwoprincess. As long as it's only when you are walking/standing and then goes away when sitting/lying it sounds like a positioning issue at this stage. You could try using pelvic rocking in all 4s to get the weight of baby's head away from your coccyx and posterior pelvis. Swimming is another good way to move and get the weight off your sciatic nerve. Good luck.


 

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