at my last doctors appt they said i was bigger then normal by a few weeks now about 3 days before that i lost some mucus plug. they said he wasn't head down yet but last night i started getting awful pains in my back and belly i couldn't lay still. today was the worst it hurts to sit my back is killing me i have to force my pee out and it hurts so bad i cry. i feel alot of pressure and last night when i woke up to pee my bed was wet not sure if i leaked pee but it wasnt alot just enough to make me wonder i was told it could take up to 2 days after ur water breaks for everything to happen someone help me
Quoting Mj's Crazy Mama♥:" You probably peed yourself. Little confused as to what your asking? You're only 31 weeks. Shouldn't be having baby for another 9 weeks :/"
well by the first ultrasound im 31 but the doctors say everything looks like 33-34 weeks so and my last ultrasond baby boy wighted more then he should have so idk im just scared. and yes i think it was pee cuz i roll alot and sometimes when i roll to my belly i pee a little lol
1. if you think your water broke, you need to go get checked, especially if you are 31 weeks. They can still give you steroid shots to help speed up the baby's development a bit in case you go into labor early. It's very dangerous to walk around with your water broken when you're not even close to due yet.
2. At 31 weeks, (or even 33) you shouldn't be having more than 4 to 6 painful contractions per hour. If you are, go in an get checked.
3. Babies can measure a few weeks ahead at the end of pregnancy during an U/S because not every baby is the same exact size. The way it works is that they give you a percentage of where the baby falls when compared to the average size of a baby at 31 weeks. 33 weeks means you might have a slightly bigger (8lbs vs 7lbs for example) than average size baby. Ultrasounds can be off by as much as 2 lbs in either direction though. I really wouldn't worry about it. I mean if you were measuring 40 weeks and they thought you were 31 weeks, that would be more of an issue. There are also some weeks where the baby grows more than others.