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#1 of 2 Old 03-03-2010, 11:33 PM - Thread Starter
 
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It's definitely not a baby (duh - only 9.5 weeks!), but when I lay on my right side something (my liver? my intestines?) is shifting and sometimes ending up wedged against my ribs! It's actually kind of uncomfortable. I don't have a "matching" organ hangin' out when I lay on my left side.

It takes a little while and sometimes a little gentle support and stretching to go back to normal.

I guess I will just continue to enjoy the time I can still spend on my stomach and back!

Is this weird? I don't recall anything like this happening in my first pregnancy, but I also slept through most of my first trimester, and this time I'm chasing a toddler (and laying on my side to snuggle him to sleep).

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i've had similar feelings, i figured it was because during second, third etc pregnancys we get bigger quicker so everything is being pushed up and around a lot earlier lol?? i'm already sporting a bump, i know "it's too early" but it's like a grapefruit size when i lay on my back, looks rather weird! when i stand up i look rather a lot larger,,, maybe that's because i love pie too, too much ;P


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