Ok so sorry if this isnt the correct place to post this.. but i am just looking for a little advice or your opinion. I am 33 weeks pregnant with my 4th. i have had all c-secs with my others. i have been pretty well this time in comparison to previous pregnancies as i have been on blood pressure meds since before i was pregnant. for the past 2 or so days i ahve been feeling pretty flat, and have been having some soreness around the groin area and around my c-sec scar area. my bladder seems sore and i am worried that this may be an issue. i also have a kidney disease and cant afford to have a uti ( have only had 2 before). i live 100 km from the hosp so i am trying to work out if what i am feeling is just general pregnancy feeling etc as i havnt had this with any of the others... baby is moving as normal and i dont really feel like it is a general belly issue but my concern is the bladder soreness could have something to do with the pressure from baby etc on my scars.. hope that made sense.....
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08-04-2012 14:06 #1Member
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unsure if i should get checked out..
08-04-2012 14:08 #2
I'm thinking uti
08-04-2012 15:03 #3Senior Member
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Ring your hospital, they're best to advise you.
08-04-2012 15:28 #4
Definitely ring your hospital. Keep us updated xx
08-04-2012 18:45 #5
I would only think uti if you have any other symptoms. Is your urine smelly? Cloudy? Do you have frequency/urgency/pain when passing urine? If you have any of these start drinking cranberry juice and taking Ural and book into your GP ASAP for a course of antibiotics. If not - do you think it's bubs pushing on your bladder giving you pain?
Call the GP hotline. I can't remember the number off the top of my head but you should be able to google it.
Good luck! Let us know how you go.
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