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im currently 34 wks pregnant my boyfriend & i were having sex & i was in the riding position but he mention he felt something hard & uncomfortable inside me now im wondering what can it be? what is he talking about? i felt a little pain at first but there was no mucus, no blood...nothing now im curious..........
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replied December 11th, 2009
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Your cervix? You are after all 34 weeks pregnant and you were on top with gravity pulling/pushing down..

Take care!
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replied December 19th, 2009
I'm 35 weeks and have had sex like that with my hubby. It does feel uncomfortable to me most of the time but he hasn't said anything about being uncomfortable or feeling anything, so I'm not really sure. I've often wondered if he would be able to feel the baby's head since he is suppose to be low in my pelvis. So possibly could be something like that or like the previous person said, maybe it's your cervix.
Check with your doctor and see what they have to say. It's weird talking about that face to face sometimes, but they would be able to give you the best answer probably.
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replied February 4th, 2010
i am 33 weeks pregnant and i have been feeling more and more uncomfortable during sex. i would think that what he felt was the babys head. being this far along the baby is in position to be born. if the doctor can feel the head easily with a finger i'm sure thats what he felt too!
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replied February 5th, 2010
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Lol robin, the baby's head is safely inside your uterus unless you are busy giving birth at which time you should stop having sex and seek help. At this stage, the baby is pushing the uterus and cervix lower into your vagina which is what men will hit with their penis during late term pregnancy intercourse.

Take care and best of luck for the birth!
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replied September 6th, 2011
UnknownABC...actually you can feel the baby's head without you being in actual labor. My sons head is so far down in my pelvic area that they have to go around his head to get to my cervix to check to see how far I am dialated. SO it is possible that he could be feeling the baby's head. Just to clear that up.
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replied September 10th, 2011
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The baby is still safely inside your uterus, well protected from bumps and injury. You can only feel the indentation the baby's head is making, not the baby's head.
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