Stomach Stretching Pain

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bonnie1 - May 29

Hi, I am 25weeks preg . & I have a lot of scarring in my stomach, pelvic area (a bowel resection several yrs ago) it is a huge scar of more then like 20cms going down wards the middle of my stomach to the pubic are. (TMI I know) . this is going to be hard to explain, some nights I wake up and my stomach is like really sore. (not crampy just sore) and the last couple of days,it feels really tender, I am thinking it is all the scar tissue stretching, is this possible? I know I have heaps of it, as it’s a massive scar… Can I rub anything on it, to soften the skin to help with the stretching, I guess I can use the normal stretch mark cream.,. does anyone else have like a stomach ache,maybe its not the scaring and just another part of stretching. I don’t believe it is anything tobe concerned about, as it is not a cramp as such. Other then that I feel good, and bubs is kicking heaps & I am getting the low ligament rounded pain… so I presume all is normal.. …

 

Athom - June 2

I have stomach aches and my stomach is sore/tender like is been streched too far, I don't think its anything to be worried about but check with your dr if it keeps bugging you... better safe than sorry.

 

drea - June 2

I have the same thing (25wks tomorrow). It feels sore very low in my abdomen. Almost like I did a lot of sit ups and my muscles are sore, but I feel it mostly when I change positions in the middle of the night. I think it is just soreness from stretching muscles. I have my next doctor appt on Tuesday and I have this on my list, I'll let you know what she says.

 

pureraine - June 6

yES IVE HAD STOMACH PAINS AT 25WKS, ESPECIALLY WHEN I WALKED. I HAD TO LAY DOWN IN ONE SPOT AND KEEP FROM MOVING, BUT ITS NORMAL. I USE COCOA BUTTER, ITS GREAT!

 

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