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This might be weird but im just wondering if anyone has had this....

Okay so lately when i sleep on my left side during the night and i turn over i been getting really really sharps pains in my butt ( i know.sorry). And then last night it started on my rght side. Im not sure if it is due to the pregnancy but it really hurts. Im going to ask my doctor the next time that i go in, or maybe sooner i dont go in till the 5th. But i was wondering if anyone else had this kind of pain in there butt. Thanks!
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I have the same sharp pain in the same area which I know in my case is sciatica. Very painful. My guess is that since you're further along, the weight of the baby may be applying a lot of pressure on your sciatic nerve causing the pain. Hope you get the answers you need from your doctor. Take care. :)
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Different Women have different symtoms - Maybe this kind of pain is usually because of what mentioned by Lacy but u shld definately see a doctor and discuss it with her.You do not have to worry much as the pain is not associated with the abdomen and yes do not take Stress!!!!Take rest.
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well your body starts preparing for delivery from day one, weather its the blood flow increase or your hip spreading .... I'd say thats what it is
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