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    Baby constantly pushing out on stomach?

    I'm 28 weeks, 4 days today. The baby constantly feels like s/he is pushing out on my stomach. I look liked an alien. Is this normal? It also feels like the baby likes to sit really far forward, so I feel tight and heavy in the front.
    Me:33 DH:34 TTC#1 Aug'08
    Oct'08: D&C missed
    Feb'09: Hysteroscopic resection, septated uterus.
    May'09: D&C missed after excellent betas & heartbeats. Turners Syn. RPL Panel-clear.
    Aug'09-Dec 09: Clomid/GonalF IUIs, failed.
    Mar'10: Taking mental break, BFP
    Beautiful DD 11/24/10
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    Pretty normal and it gets worse as the baby gets bigger.
    1st on our own missed miscarriage at 10 weeks (triploidy)
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    IVF #1 1/2010
    Beta #1 11dp 3dt 320
    1st U/S 6w - 2 sacs, 1 heartbeat
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    Boy 5 pounds 1 oz
    Girl 7 pounds 1 oz

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    It is also worse with your first pregnancy because things haven't been stretched out yet.
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    DS John our sweet little miracle born 12/16/2010 at 34w5d

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    Totally and completely normal. I remember with DS#1, I could see the imprint of his little foot he used to push so hard. I would rub it and he would slowly take it away. DD was so quiet and hardly pushed and DS#2 was a pusher as well. I used to have to wait to move sometimes when he pushed because it would take my breath away.
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    When I was pregnant with my twins DH and I would sit and watch them move from the outside when there was nothing good on TV, lol! Toward the end of my pregnancy we could even identify some body parts.
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