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    Default Pain in top of tummy at 33 weeks

    Just wondering if anyone has experienced this, bubs has been moving non stop for the last 2 1/2 hours (not normal), I have constant pain in the top of my stomach and the occasional all over pain and feel like throwing up. Just wondering if anyone else has experienced this and what it was?
    I will call my ob as well but just looking for others ideas

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    Yes, mine was excruciating and I thought I was a cry baby and it was Braxton hicks. It was gall stones.

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    I would go into the hospital op and make sure it's not gallstones or pre eclampsia/hellp as they can also present this way

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    Definitely get checked out. Unlikely to be this but my first sign of labour was pain / contractions just under my right ribs . Good luck x

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    Does it hurt around your back? And then sort of feel like your whole chest? Could be gall stones?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mummy12 View Post
    I would go into the hospital op and make sure it's not gallstones or pre eclampsia/hellp as they can also present this way
    This

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    Is it an acute pain, or has it been there before today?

    If you have abdominal muscle separation, you can get a lot of pain in the midline of your tummy, and also in your back.

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    Started about lunch time today, I couldn't get hold of my ob and cant get to hospital, DH is away at work and my IL's are away till tomorrow morning (we live in the middle of nowhere so a bit short on support people) the closest hospital is an hour away and I have 18mth old DD here too. I'm a little bit stuck, don't want to drive in case it gets worse. If anything happens overnight I'll call an ambulance, if not I'll head to town as soon as mil is home

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    Hi Wheaty - could you just give the 13HEALTH help line a call maybe? I called them when I was pregnant and was able to speak to a midwife about my concerns (they have Drs on hand too I think). Hope all is well.

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    Sounds a lot like gall stones to me


 

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