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    Default Is this pain normal?

    Hi, just wanted to see if I need to give my middie a call?

    I'm 31 weeks pregnant and have been getting sharp pains accross the top of my belly since I had breakfast about an hour ago. They last a few minutes and then subside leaving a dull ache all over. It seems to be aggravated by me touching the area, but I'm not sure...

    Ive not had a pain like this before which is why I'm asking, also my largish dog stepped onto the side of my belly this am which really hurt! Silly pooch! Not sure if this could have anything to do with it?

    Don't want to bother the hosp if I don't have to :-/

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    Call hun better to be safe than sorry!!

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    I would call for sure just to get it checked out better safe than sorry hun

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    Definately call, better to be safe than sorry. Hopefully it's just some stretching pains.

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    Thanks I gave them a call and am going in for a quick check. She wasn't too worried but said it might be worth monitering just to be sure!

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    Glad you gave them a call will put you mind at ease. Good luck at your monitoring

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    before you mentioned the dog bit I would have suggest some antacid, had the same issue, hospital told me to try some gaviscon and if that does not work to come in. In your case...after reading the dog bit...go phone!


 

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