this is a strange one but...
I hope to have conceived 2 days ago, it feels good so far..but my toddler just took a flying leap while i was sitting down and her foot hit me *exactly* in the place where that little fertilised whatever would be.
Incredibly specific but true! I've checked!!
Soooo...can anyone please say that there is no way something microscopic could be damaged by an impact from outside my body...or not...I can take it...
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24-01-2012 19:25 #1Junior Member
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being paranoid...i hope
24-01-2012 19:46 #2
There is no way someothing so microsscopic could be damaged by an impact from outside your body.
How was that? LOL
Honestly I think you would be fine
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