Pain

Discussion in 'Second Trimester' started by Belle23, Jan 18, 2012.

  1. Belle23

    Belle23 Well-Known Member

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    I have a very strong pain in my right side. It started when I needed a poo and got stronger so I took paracetamol and it went And now I've actually been for a poo the pain is so strong. Feels like stabbing in my right side. Could it be a pulled muscle xxx
     
  2. BumbleTumble

    BumbleTumble Well-Known Member

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    i have had this exact pain for a few days now.
    i had to go to A&E for something non-pregnancy related the other day, and mentioned it, but i got seen (over 8 hours later) and they didnt mention it, so i assumed that if it was serious, they would have either mentioned it or seen me sooner.

    it could possibly be just growing pains, or as you said, a pulled muscle.
     
  3. littlesmoosh

    littlesmoosh Well-Known Member

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    ive had this recently too!!! i was starting to think maybe its my appendix or something!!
    mine comes n goes and ive listened to baby on the doppler and it sounds fine so tryin not to worry about it. its probs just awkward growing pains! xx
     
  4. Nurse 26

    Nurse 26 Well-Known Member

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    yes i have had this at different times, can be very painful sometimes but usually dosent last long, its ust stretching pains though, totally normal.
     
  5. angie84

    angie84 Well-Known Member

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    i get bad pain in my hip area, when i cough hard, sneeze, hard bowl movement (tmi) and random, but ive got a dermoid cyst on my ovary and thats my pain.

    if your worried asked to be checked out.
     

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