BlairSutton & FynnBorn 1-19-10
Sometimes I cannot get through a conversation without getting winded...we had our ultrasound yesterday and the tech said baby b is inside the very bottom of my rib cage and baby a keeps pushing B into my lungs...hence, no room for breathing!
I hope this figures itself out once the babies decide to move down where they are supposed to be.
Jen...Edd Feb 28, 2010--Baby Boys!!!
I also have been having shortness of breath for a while now. And if they are moving around, forget about it! Thats usually when I can tell if they're moving, b/c all of a sudden my breath stops short. Plus, that is why they are saying that pregnant women are so much more at risk for H1N1, b/c of our respitory and breathing problems while pregnant.
DS are 10yr and 12 yr and twin girls born 12/3/09.
m/c twins at 8 wks on 10/13/08
m/c at 5wks 4 days on 03/03/09
oh yes, I move very slow now. Living in NYC makes it harder because I have to walk everywhere and the subway steps have become brutal. I had this with #1 too, but much later in my pregnancy.