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#1 of 1 Old 07-04-2008, 08:34 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I am 8 days post partum from a very easy, uneventful birth, other than it being very fast. anyway, yesterday I started having some abdominal discomfort and noticed in the evening that when I went to the bathroom things were a little different. I had something similar to this after delivery #2 and MW said it was a boggy cervix and that I needed to lie down and rest and things would go back to normal - it did and I didn't seem to have any more issues. But it has been a whole day now and though I don't stay in bed all day any movement is pretty painful and if I'm up for very long I hurt worse. Has anyone had experience with a boggy cervix?? My bleeding was basically non- existant but has pick up in the last 2 days, so maybe I am overdoing it and just need to rest more. Any advice would be much appreciated.

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