real quick as some of you may know ive been told that i was contracting two different time but my cervix is closed... now im at work and all of a sudden i have this sharp pain on my left side of my stomach.. idk if this a real braxton hick or if the baby is on a nerve idk... but it hurts like hell, what could this be??
Hello i have and still am in and out of hospital with agonising pain in my side iv had it for nearly 3 weeks and am waitin for results, it may be a infection so if it gets worse i would go the day unit so they can take a look at you, i am 24 weeks and it got to the point where i couldnt move so dont leave it to long
really, im waiting for my ob to call me back so i can ask,... i feel the baby moving which is always a good thing and i have 2 appt this week one tmrw and on thursday.. i just dont wanna risk anything b/c im high risk thats why
Braxton hicks your stomach gets extremely hard. In a certain area. Contractions would not be on your side you would feel it more in the front area of your pelvic and it hurts like a bowel. I don't think you'd be sitting at work if it was contractions.
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