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    Default Did we harm the baby whilst being intimate?

    So as the title suggests, basically boyfriend was on top, he's weight started leaning into me and was getting uncomfortable so I pushed him off but when I did the right side of my belly was in so much pain for only a few minutes but enough for me to question it.

    It hasn't hurt since and baby has been active as usual everyday, this was 2-3 days ago. It's probably fine but makes me think why was I in so much pain for those few minutes. I was worried that bf might've squashed our son or broken his leg etc

    Has anyone ever experienced this? I'm nearly six months but look about 8.

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    I reckon you are fine. Doesn't hurt to get checked just in case.
    We had to get creative with positions from about 4 months as it hurt in 'regular' ones.

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    I'm probably fine, it was his weight on my stomach that hurt me not the actual sex part, he leaned in too much and I honestly thought he'd squashed our child because of the pain. He's not getting on top again!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuMtORiLeYandLeO View Post
    I'm probably fine, it was his weight on my stomach that hurt me not the actual sex part, he leaned in too much and I honestly thought he'd squashed our child because of the pain. He's not getting on top again!!
    Ya it was the same with us. It was the actual sex that hurt, just the postion and/or weight bearing.

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    Oh ok, how far along are you now? My stomach literally is like a massive balloon and I'm not even six months.

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    Sounds like you could have pulled a muscle. We had a few sex injuries like hat while I was pregnant, because there's weight in different places and muscles are already stretched.


 

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