hi i was just about to write about that myself i am sitting here at the moment and i feel my muscles in my stomach pulling and slightly in my lower abdomen is it a sign of early pregnancy as i have had every other sign due on in 3 days so i am a bit concerned about this now.
I'm 17 weeks along and I have this pulling stretching sensation all the time. It started around 8 or 9 weeks. I think that's when I noticed my clothes getting slightly tighter. Now it's completely obvious that those muscles have pulled and stretched. I think it's a sensation that you'll probably get used to from here on out. Just take it easy and be careful with your movements so that you don't pull something. When I was 12 weeks along I felt like I pulled something in my stomach by vaccuming and it's not like I'm an out of shape person. I workout 4-5 times a week. Take care. Congrats on your pregnancy.
When you go to the bathroom is it dangerous you could pull muscles or hurt the baby? I know this sounds really like a gross, weird question. However, I have been worried, because I have been so constipated and have to push really hard to go to the bathroom. Should I be worried?
i am 7 weeks and i feel this alot. I am 40 and the dr says things affect you differently then my prior pregnancy 8 years ago. I feel more like 7 months along. i lifted my daughter and had horrible pain. dr says i puuled all my muscles. i have to be very careful. :)
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