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#1 of 7 Old 05-07-2007, 01:29 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I've been waking up all night because my uterus feels like it's bruised! It hurts! Has anyone felt this before? It does not feel like contractions, although I have been having some light ones. It really feels like a giant bruise!

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I'm not sure if this is the same thing, but my uterus feels a little bruisy these days as well... I just assumed it was from being stretched so tight. When babies kick or roll around, wherever I can feel/see it on the outside it feels like they're kicking an internal bruise - ouch! But it doesn't wake me up though. Hmmm...
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Yeah, I've felt bruisy on the top of my belly for a week or maybe 2 now. I have to just think it's exactly that - running out of room, and it hurts. Too tight in there! Come on out baby!
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mine has been feeling kind of bruised or sore too. i've been thinking it's kind of like a strained muscle, after a hard workout, since i've been having tons and tons of braxton hicks.

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june lurker, i've been having that too. makes me wonder how i'm going to make it 5 more weeks to my edd...

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oh good, I'm not the only one.

Is it bad to be glad that someone else is uncomfortable in the same way that you are? Or is it just nice to have other people around who can sympathize?

This little boy just keeps moving and really, it's getting tight in there. Ouch and ouch, especially along the top of my belly. And then, when he finally settles down for a bit, I have a BH and he wakes right back up again. This boy does NOT like being contracted around.
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oh good, I'm not the only one.

Is it bad to be glad that someone else is uncomfortable in the same way that you are? Or is it just nice to have other people around who can sympathize?

This little boy just keeps moving and really, it's getting tight in there. Ouch and ouch, especially along the top of my belly. And then, when he finally settles down for a bit, I have a BH and he wakes right back up again. This boy does NOT like being contracted around.
Yup.. along the top for me too, and when I lay down and all the weight falls to one side.. ouch.

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