Can Acute T Breathe

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Chrissy - November 26

At times I just get this sensation that someone heavy is sitting on my stomach, it gets worse if I lay down, regardless of wether on my side or back, but can also happen while just sitting down or walking. I feel a lot of pressure in my stomach/ribs/lungs/chest and can´t breathe. Could it be the baby stretching or moving? I am 29 weeks.

 

Lena - November 26

I have the same problem. The baby has gotten so big to where your diaphragm cannot expand into your stomache anymore whenever you take a breath, so you start breathing more shallow and take more breaths. I suffer from this so bad at night. It's good to prop yourself up on a bunch of pillows, almost in a sitting position. Whenever your baby drops it'll go away, I'm still waiting for that day to come at 38 weeks :(

 

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