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    Hi guys

    I've had this funny cramp/pulling session in my left upper leg, right where it joins with my pelvis...

    It's just like a dull stitch, I guess...and feels a little better if I stretch my leg out.



    It's lasted all morning/early afternoon

    Has anyone else experienced this?

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    Hey Monnie

    I had that kinda feeling the weeks before my BFP and then I think I have had it once since then... I'd say that it is all normal and you body is doing whatever it needs to do to make room for your baby!

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    is it sciatica ?

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    Thanks guys

    Yeah...I think it is sciatica faeiregirl...

    Initially, I thought it was related to the uterus...but after giving it a bit of a massage, it seems to be coming through my bottom muscle and then down my leg.

    Do you know if that is a symptom of pregnancy?

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    I have exactly what you are describing both in early trimester and later third trimester.

    It kinda feels like a funny bone feeling, like a nerve.

    It's definately normal for me in pregnancy, I'm not sure if it's considered a pregnancy sign, but our bodies all react in strange ways at one time or another. My first pregnancy was by far the worst with all the niggles, as my body was not used to it.

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    Thanks Tara...

    Yep...funny bone is exactly what it feels like.

    Yeah...I think I am so tuned into any tiny niggle and what it can mean...a little paranoid perhaps!

    Cheers!

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