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Wednesday, February 6th 2013, 7:33pm

low down pressure

Since mid 2nd tri ive had this awful pressure feeling if I am on my feet too long, or even when i get up from sitting. it is really heavy dragging feeling and actually feels like my belly is about to bust open. I mentioned it to my midwife and she said its as I have a scar bigger than a c section scar from the ectopic pregnancy I had.
Anyone else have this and have they found anything that has helped at all?
I bought some support pants that seems to drag belly down more and a mothercare support belt that rides up and gets really uncomfy? As time rolls on its going to get worse :pinch:

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Wednesday, February 6th 2013, 8:40pm

Can you see a physio? They might be able to help more than the midwife. I had a different problem but became completely pain-free with their help. xx Rianon

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Thursday, February 7th 2013, 7:53am

Midwife never mentioned physio and said it was normal! So prob not.

thanks for the responsd hun.

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Thursday, February 7th 2013, 8:09am

Sorry you are uncomfortable, tbh I would go to the doctors and get a physio referral that way. Hope you get some help xx
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Sunday, February 10th 2013, 1:39pm

My advice is to seek medical advice straight away - midwives are good in all but from my own experience, they sometimes ignore your concern when they shouldn't. I am sure all is fine so please don't worry too much, but I would be asking for a scan......cry abit if it helps!
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Sunday, February 10th 2013, 7:20pm

Sorry it was my gp I saw nit midwife. She just smiled and said normal for someone who has had surgery on their belly..

It seems ok at mo. It will come back in a few days x

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Monday, February 11th 2013, 11:34am

Just listen to your body and if you are concerned, do something about it. I was sure something was going on but my midwife sent me home and told me to lean over a pregnancy ball to alleviate some of the pressure! Thank goodness I didn't because I think my two would have come even earlier!

Fortunately, such early births don't happen too often so try not to worry.

Just listen to your instincts and go with them no matter what anyone else says.

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