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Thursday, March 3rd 2011, 8:53am

Feel like my insides are falling out?!

Hi All,

I'm 13 weeks today and for the past week or so I've been having this awful feeling down 'there' that something's falling out? It does pass and doesn't last terribly long but it's horrible! Am I going mad? Is something terrible happening? Has anyone else had this? It's almost the same sensation as when the crinone was coming out but with more pressure? I genuinely feel like my insides are about to plop out?! Squeezing doesn't seem to help, I thought it might push things back up but nothing seems to make the sensation pass?

A friend of mine said she felt the same during labour but clearly we're WAY too early for that?! x
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Thursday, March 3rd 2011, 5:39pm

Hi londongirl blowkiss
I have never been 13 weeks but I can imagine that the embryo has now grown into a foetus and it's bigger, and so it's pushing your insides. Maybe that's what is giving you this feeling.
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Thursday, March 3rd 2011, 8:32pm

Hi Londongirl,
Pregnancy comes with a whole load of odd sensations, some things stretch and other things get pushed to one side. Not the most technical of explanations, but when I was about your stage now, I did begin to have lots of different odd feelings.
If you are worried, have a chat with your midwife. I am sure she will be able to reassure you.
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Thursday, March 3rd 2011, 8:37pm

Hi there,

I also remember feeling very strange at times. I felt 'heavy' sometimes during the earlier weeks....almost like just before my period normally arrived. I also had some pretty sharp pains now and again which I hadn't expected to get. If you are really worried, I would speak with your midwife. I know it sounds awful, but they may be able to give you a quick examination and settle your fears. I am sure it's all fine xxx
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Friday, March 4th 2011, 5:28pm

Dont worry I have had that for a few weeks now. Asked at my hospital appt this morning. It's just increased blood flow to your girly bits!!! It's a bit odd hey.

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Saturday, March 5th 2011, 7:03pm

Many congrats on your BFP!

I think that your body feels 'odd' as it starts to change and preparing itself for growing a person and I presume that everyone has different experiences of how they notice their body changing and the feelings that go with it.

I wouldn't have thought it's anything to worry about at all but if you're concerned then it's always worth a call to your midwife.

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  • "londongirl1uk" started this thread

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Wednesday, March 9th 2011, 1:30pm

Thanks so much everyone, glad it's not just me! :) I'm sure it's nothing to worry about, and, that said, seems to be happening less and less... phew! No doubt there'll be some other terrifying sensation to fill it's place any time soon :snigger: x x
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