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Sunday, April 11th 2010, 1:08pm

Constant stitch type pain ?

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I've had this stitch type pain constantly for the last 5 days and it's really sore. It's to the right of my belly button. I am presuming it is stretching of muscles or something similar as I've experienced similar in the pastfor 1-2days but not as bad. It's really beginning to get to me though as every time I move, sit, lie down, turn over,walk it hurts :sadface:

Does anyone know what this is? Is it normal? And will it go or will it stay til baby is born? I am almost 27 weeks.


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Sunday, April 11th 2010, 3:53pm

Hi BGE. I had the same type pain a few weeks back but it went. I think it is just all the stretching going on but if you are worried phone your mw. Mine went away only to be replaced with other ailments....
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Sunday, April 11th 2010, 3:55pm

I also still get it sometimes low down above my pubic bone when I am walking but again it eases off. When I had it a few weeks back I could hardly sit, lay, walk, it was painful but did go away - I wondered whether it may be to do with where the baby is sitting, perhaps on a nerve or something??
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Sunday, April 11th 2010, 4:12pm

I also had this BGE really is sore. Sometimes if I was walking I had to sit down right away as it was so bad so I think this is normal all them ligments are stretching making way for that LO growing so fast.

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Sunday, April 11th 2010, 6:01pm

Hi BGE - I get something similar from time to time, but it's not constant for me (my twinnie bump is a few weeks ahead for my time). I put it down to round ligament pain from stretching. If it lasts a bit longer, there might be a slight tear, especially if LO has had a bit of a growth spurt. I'd get it checked out though if it's bugging you!
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Sunday, April 11th 2010, 6:43pm

Hi everyone,

Thanks for all your replies...:D

Jess, When you had it a couple of weeks ago that would be roughly the same point i am at now, wouldn't it? Where did you have it then? I have had the ligament stretching pains before lower down and the stitch by my belly button before just for a short time.....i so hope it goes soon xfingers What other ailments replaced it for you?!

Pam - :wave: It is sore isn't it?! Sometime i take a nice deep breath in, or laugh and it kills! :rolleyes: Time is beginning to fly, i have to say! How are you and the LO?!

Aiwah - I definitely think my Lo is having growth spurt as i have been starving and also my bump has grown remarkably well, just in the last few days! So hopefully when it settle down, the pain may too!

I have a consultant appointment at 28 weeks so i will ask then if i still am inpain, or ill call the midwife if i need to if it gets worse. The baby is still moving lots so that is good, but it is just making me a bit miserable that's all!

Thanks again for all you replies.

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Sunday, April 11th 2010, 9:44pm

Hi BGE - Yes, I first got it about the same time as you are! Mine lasted for a day or so but it does keep coming back. I started with a similar pain beside my belly button but now when I get it, it is low down around my pubic bone and it generally starts when I am walking.

Other ailments are just the joys of pregnancy like feeling tired and cramp at night all down my left side, which is a nightmare!! Also breathlessness and pain under my right rib, which is where things are squashed as LO likes to sit that side :)

I still feel very stretched and sore some days from where the baby is growing and my nausea came back again the wk before last but fingers x it will stay away. Apparently we get a surge of hormones around 26wks so I think that was partly to do with it.

I hope it settles down for you soon. Take care.
Jessica

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