Sneeze and ouch!!!!

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  1. mrs_b_x

    mrs_b_x Well-Known Member

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    Since iv been pregnant iv Ben sneezing more than normal, never really an issue, I'm laying on the sofa, I sneeze and OUCH, it sent a pain right though my uterus area! I noticed some AF type pains, very slight, as I walked out of work about an hour ago, do I need to be worried?? :/
     
  2. Smileygirl

    Smileygirl Well-Known Member

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    It hurts me too when I sneeze! Been happening for a few weeks, hoping it's normal! X
     
  3. Jojo84

    Jojo84 Well-Known Member

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    I Get that pain every single time i sneeze. its almost like youre pulling something and makes you go ouch.

    as for pains, unless its cramping thats severe i wouldnt worry. were bound to have pains as our bodies grow, make room and adapt.
     
  4. Mummybexee

    Mummybexee Well-Known Member

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    I get a pain when I sneeze too ... Heard its normal?
     
  5. mrs_b_x

    mrs_b_x Well-Known Member

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    Thank god for all of your replies! Feel a lot better now! :) xx
     
  6. Tootsmaloy

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    Sounds weird but I found the only way to (nearly) avoid the pain when I sneeze is to double over when I'm about to. Seems like it pulls less, but obviously you can't always do this!
     
  7. Baby Bean

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    Ooo I have this too! was starting to get slightly worried but very relieved to see this post as it seems normal! X
     
  8. hayes

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    Was guna post about this the other day, i get this too i never use to sneeze before now im sneezing at least twice a day and boy it hurts glad it sounds normal!!

    Michelle.x
     
  9. chrystal

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    i have had af pains n the shooting pains from the start ..i went to a&e after bloods over few days had scan ruled out ectopic(my pain was severe one sided gettin worse) 2 weeks later went back there was baby 7 weeks heart beating away....i think the cramps n shooting pains are defo normal...i still get scared when i get cramps now n check for blood xxx
     
  10. mrsablett

    mrsablett Well-Known Member

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    Yep. Getting that with sneezing too. Nice to hear reassuring stories.
     
  11. Smileygirl

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    Blooming hayfever season doesn't help the situation!!
     
  12. pitterpatter

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    ive just sneezed reading this hahah! and yes it feels like im pulling my womb! x
     
  13. Milly76

    Milly76 Well-Known Member

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    I get this too - sometimes when coughing too!! Seems we are all normal after all!! :)
    xxx
     
  14. Iwant3

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    totally normal, you can get it when coughing and even turning over in bed or from sitting to standing! :)
     

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