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    Default 4th csection... Any complications

    I'm 19 weeks preg and suffering a burning sensation on the left side of my csection scar. This is my 4th preg, should I be worried? Has anyone else had anything like this? I would like to talk to someone if they have just to see the outcome. It mainly happens when I sneeze or move to fast or "wrong"

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    Your scar tissue might be stretching????

    I had similar during my pregnancy with DS.

    Are you seeing your own obst? Might be worth discussing it with them.

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    My appt isn't till the 25th but I have a ultra sound on Thursday

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    Did you feel as though things were stitched tighter at your last CS or anything?

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    I got a bad infection last time around and was in sever pain right after but apart from that it felt the same

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    Who knows, maybe a few bits might have fused together after the infection, or the scar is a bit puckered on the inside from it. No biggie if it is, DS was CS @38w and My obst told me that is what happened with mine. Just took a little longer during the CS, no other dramas. This time it wasnt stitched as tight as it was with DD and they had me on I/V antibiotics straight away.


 

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