This whole sneezing and my muscles getting strained in my stomach HURTS -.- don't last long at all but damn does it hurt. Doesn't happen every time though ive been told from many on here its normal. Any of you experience it?
omg i wish i would never sneeze while preggers.. its the most uncomfortable feeling ever... coughing is just as bad....feels like my whole belly jumps up and i could feel everyting move.. such a weird feeling.......
17 weeks here, and that happens when I sneeze or cough. Happens more often then its doesn't. I'm also one of those "lucky" people that do that multi-sneeze thing. My boyfriend laughs at me when I sneeze now, because I tend to cus when I'm in pain. So when I sneeze, this long line of "bad" words just spill out of my mouth.
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