I just took a fall tonight. It was raining out and I was walking fast after my husband (We had been in a MILDLY warm hot tub. the heater had been off for several hrs. maybe 95-98degree water) and I slipped and landed on my right buttock/hip and arm. I did NOT hit my stomach or land straight on my rear.
I am currently 8+ weeks pregnant, and my pregnancy has already been verified Viable. We saw a heartbeat @ 5weeks6days, and got a true measured heartrate @nearly 7 weeks. 125bpm.
Right now I'm not having cramping, nor any bleeding, just a little pain like I stretched something in my lower right abdomen. (feels like the Round Ligament pain I was having earlier in the evening)
I'm not able to get to my doctor's for a week, but want to be sure everything should be ok. I've read that a womans is usually very cushioning during pregnancy.
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