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on June 18, 2000 at 12:57:07:
In Reply to: abdominal pains posted by page on June 18, 2000 at 12:25:45:
Since your baby just started moving i'd say it's pretty normal...some babies don't move alot, and if it's a busy day it could be your just not feeling the baby move because your distracted with other things. What you can try doing is drinking some orange juice, or have a snack (some fruit) and lay down for a few hrs.....babies sleep in the womb..if your walking or moving a lot it could be the baby is just asleep or very comfy. having a snack and laying down should perk the baby up and you'll be relaxed enough to notice the baby's movements. If your that worried call your doctor or go to a hospital to get the baby checked out.
The pain could be any number of things. If its on the pubic bone its most likely just the cartlidge that holds the 2 bones together is stretching a little more than it should....i had pain there the last 2-3 months of my pegnancy...very uncomfortable, but not harmfull. The cartlidge there softens so that it'll be able to stretch durring the delivery....sometimes it stretches a little too much and it causes pain. If your talking about a cramping or stretching type of pain that is common....your getting bigger and your belly and uterus are stretching..it's not always comfy. If its a diff type of pain (something more like contractions) your talking about you should call your doctor asap....or call the hospital to see if theres an ob there who can check things out for you. Its always better to be safe than sorry.
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