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I'm 36 weeks, is it normal for your pelvic area to feel numb?

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3 years ago
This didn't happen with my first pregnancy

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3 years ago
Yes because your baby is putting a lot of pressure on your nerves and thats where that feeling comes from. Baby's weight has a lot to do with it. Lets say thank you to your beautiful baby for that.

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