I was driving back home from arizona with my hubby and I had this uncomfortable pain on the left side of my stomach and I thought it was braxton hicks but then I reminded myself thoses arent painful I called my doctor and she told me to go to the nearest hospital I really didnt know what was going on bc I never had gas before or acid reflex but we went to a hospital in the BFE the nurse omg had trouble getting the needle to go into a pain so painful would rather gotten a tat then experienced that again and sat in a bed for like 5 hours to have the doctor tell me it was gas but I understand why the waiting process was needed just annoyjng a. And o ya we had a 4 hour drive back home on top of that lol so ya what a fun day
Upside the baby was moving the whole time and didnt like the dopplers they put on my stomach he was trying to get them off so cute
Ya omg what an experience it had before in the morning but I just shrugged it off then when it happened again in the morning and started to hurt thats when I was like ok wtf and im like an hour away from a hospital lol kinda was freaking out but I couldnt let my anxiety get to me so I had to distract myself with counting cows lol thanks ladies for your comments back :) and your similar stories
You can lightly tap your tummy where the pain from gas is. May sound like a drum. It help break the bubbles up to make it pass. I had to do this so many times to myself and also helps with baby when they have upset tummy. Learned that from my sons Dr. It works. Did it on myself a few days ago for about 15 min and wow toot toot !
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