HARD SOMACH

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KIM - November 9

THIS IS MY THIRD PREGNANCY, AND IN THE PAST WHEN I WOULD GO TO THE DR,WITH ANY COMPLICATIONS OR COCNERNS THEY WOULD ALWAYS ASK"IS YOUR STOMACH STILL SOFT" IT WOULD STILL BE SOFT AND THEY WOULD REPLY "GOOD". I AM DUE JANUARY 16 AND NOW MY STOMACH IS HARD, VERY HARD. IS THIS NORMAL? ALSO I HAVE A PAIN RIGHT UNDER BY LEFT b ___st, IT IS LIKE A BURNING PAIN, AND IS NOT ALWAYS THERE, JUST PERIODACLLY THROUGH THE DAY, BUT IS VERY PAINFUL, ANY IDEAS?

 

randi - November 9

hi i have a pain under my left b___st a few times during the day its when i breath in is yours that way

 

Jessica - November 9

I have a pain under my right b___st where my rib cage ends. I asked doctor today and he said it could be the baby's b___t pressing up. My stomach is hard too but was never told it was bad to be hard. Why?

 

KIM - November 9

NO MINE IS ALL THE TIME, LIKE NON-STOP, NOT JUST WHEN I BREATH, AND IT IS REAL SHARP.

 

Lenore - November 9

I know that pain you are talking about. I have this constant burning sensation under my left breat near my rib cage. i was wondering what was causing it.

 

Kim - November 9

My stomach was hard for my last 8 weeks of pregnancy but my doctor was not concerned about it. I also had the same pain under my left b___st and I was told that it was most likely the baby either exerting pressure there or hitting a nerve. My pain was there for my whole third trimester and it usually felt like a bad sunburn and was sore all day near the end. I recently delivered and it has gone away. I am fairly pet_te and think that this may have been why I felt it so early. I started showing early and looked 9 months pregnant by month 7.

 

Jane - November 9

I have the same pain on the right side of my ribs (where the baby's feet are). My midwife suggested it is a muscle spasm caused by your ribcage flaring out to make more room. It only seems to happen to me when my right arm is in a certain position though, and I can relieve it by putting my arm over my head and breathing really deeply. Not handy whilst driving though.....

 

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