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thread: Pregnancy Symptoms in the Third Trimester

  1. #73
    BellyBelly Member

    Jul 2008
    perth
    18

    Talking

    Swollen feet (Only when working, from standing)
    Muscular Back pain
    Braxton hicks
    Dry skin
    pigging on food


  2. #74
    BellyBelly Member

    Sep 2008
    Logan
    263

    well im 27wks atm and from that list here is what i have been having since about 24 wks!!! before that was constant morning sickness and tiredness and fainting.

    Indigestion
    Not being able to lay on back or tummy
    Can't walk long distances
    Reflux
    Sore Hips
    Calf Cramps
    Right hand side rib pain
    Back Pain
    Round ligament pains (esp after resting)
    Cravings
    Stitches
    Tiredness
    Insomnia
    Nausea
    Heartburn
    Lightheaded
    Frequent toilet visits
    Belly button gone flat or popped
    Braxton Hicks
    Nasal congestion
    Dry Skin
    Bleeding Gums
    Memory Loss
    Lower abdominal cramps
    Bum Pain
    Constipation
    Itchyness all over
    Incredible thirst
    Still feeling full from night befores meal

    added to that list is...

    Severly LOW blood pressure
    Anemia
    joint pains (ankles, knees, hips, elbows and shoulders...wrists are OK for now)
    high abdominal pain (like muscles at top of Abs are burning ALL the time, it feels like im in a constant 'sit-up' its that kind of muscle burning)
    Tension Headaches

  3. #75
    CathieW Guest

    Hey,
    I'm 34 weeks and carrying twins.
    I'm just really, really, really uncomfortable with arms and legs sticking out everywhere day and night.

  4. #76
    BellyBelly Member

    Dec 2007
    Werribee, Vic
    618

    Has anyone mentioned the snoring.... My DH tells me that i have got really bad

  5. #77
    BellyBelly Member

    Oct 2007
    Moved from The Nthn Beaches to Nth Shore of Sydney and now resides on the Central Coast.
    24

    I have the same! Really bad heart burn, nothing works to stop it & nausea again.... I have 5 weeks left but I am not sure if i'll make it. LOL. I am also having sleeping probs. I think my hips are getting sore from the extra weight & they ache when I am sleeping.

  6. #78
    BellyBelly Member

    Mar 2008
    Australia, Brisbane
    105

    I hear you about the sleeping liss_jay.

    It takes me about 10 mins to get out of bed everytime I need to go to the loo (5 times a night ) Its just so painful, my hips and pelvis ache something shocking! Its been like this for about 2 months now, but its gotten to the point where Im pretty much on bed rest! I think I might have that SPD ( Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction) oh well lets just hope im in the %5 of women who go into labor on their due date

  7. #79
    BellyBelly Member

    Feb 2005
    Brisbane
    388

    My hair changes colour!!!

    Happened with DS in the 3rd tri too. I am naturally a dark blonde, but in my 3rd tri my hair turns dark brown like REALLY dark, but only on my head, eye brows and underarms. My leg hair is still super blonde so you cannot see it. From memory DS was at least 3 months old before my hair went back to it's normal colour.

  8. #80
    BellyBelly Member

    May 2008
    Sydney, Australia
    333

    Nasty calf cramps in the middle of the night!!! They are so excruciating and my leg just locks up with toes pointed, that i have to try to stand up and pull toes back. As a consequence of this, my calves feels like I have pulled muscles.

    Back ache, sore tight abdomen just to name a few.

  9. #81
    BellyBelly Member

    Oct 2007
    Inner West, Sydney
    381

    yes my biggest thing is my calf muscles in the night, wake up in pain from cramping! ob said to take some magnesium if it gets worse

    and extremely weak but have discovered my iron levels are low so on tablets for that

    that's really it at the moment....

  10. #82
    BellyBelly Member

    Jan 2009
    A little place called paradise.
    207

    I lost some pigment in my skin in some patches...My OB told me it would come back after DS was born ( of course I didn't believe him ) But sure enough it did!! and another thing I also got was skin tags (only little ones) 2 under my arm and one on the inner part of my thigh, they have never gone away though...gosh I sound like a right treat

  11. #83
    BellyBelly Member

    Jan 2011
    Perth
    3,268

    35 weeks tomorrow and so far I've had:

    Swollen Hands
    Swollen Feet
    Not being able to lay on back because it makes me feel tight and slightly breathless. It also makes my feet tingle.
    Colostrum from nipples - though this started second trimester
    Can't walk long distances
    Can't stand for a long time without getting sore lower back and balls of feet
    Lots of pressure in my groin and pelvis when I walk or stand
    Sore groin
    Sore sciatic area - tailbone and dimples on either side of my bottom/spine
    Stitches in side and lower belly
    Tiredness
    Insomnia
    Increased body temperature felt especially at night
    Fluid Retention - puffy face, hands, fingers and feet
    Frequent toilet visits
    Belly button gone flat / partially popped
    Braxton Hicks
    Blood in nasal mucous
    Dry Skin
    Dry scalp and hair
    Restless feet and ankles at night
    Bleeding Gums
    Memory Loss
    Lower abdominal cramps
    Bum Pain
    Irritable and easily emotional
    Red blotchy palms of hands and feet

  12. #84
    Registered User

    Mar 2008
    North Northcote
    8,065

    ...I grow teeth. I kid you not

    three pregnancies to third trimester = 3 new teeth hahahaha!

  13. #85
    Registered User

    Jun 2013
    20

    I'm going through at least half of these symptoms. I try to minimize them through what I eat and do light exercise or short walks
    Swelling: I like to juice fresh fruits and veggies. Strawberries, Kale, spinach are just some of the natural anti-inflammatory foods
    For aches and pains I like to eat cherries, it works better than taking pain killers and is completely safe.
    Sleeplessness I eat almonds, cherries, and or walnuts. They increase your melatonin and relax your body so you are in a better sleep mode.
    NEPTUNE, you complained of leg cramps. I've had those so bad in each of my pregnancies at night it's horrible. I told my doctor about them and he said it was lack of calcium. So I started eating a yogurt before bed and sometimes took a calcium supplement and it almost completely cured my leg cramps.

  14. #86
    BellyBelly Member
    Add damprye on Facebook

    Aug 2009
    Western Australia, SOR
    1,152

    Vaginal pain and vaginal swelling!

  15. #87
    BellyBelly Member
    Add shaza12345 on Facebook

    Dec 2007
    muswellbrook,nsw
    344

    This is my list

    Back pains
    swollen legs
    Pin and needles in arms and hands when trying to sleep
    bad wind
    Strange dreams very strange dreams
    always uncomfortable when sitting
    restless legs
    cant walk long distance
    nausea
    headaces
    very tired
    smellier then normal
    leaking boobs
    cant lay on stomach or back
    forgetfull
    ligment pain

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