Tender Spot in Prenant Belly

Tara - posted on 08/25/2010 ( 6 moms have responded )

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I was just feeling my tummy and a noticed a spot that is really tender to the touch.(upper right top of tummy) I think I've felt it before (not sure if it's the exact spot as it is now) but just thought it was because of where the baby was in my belly. Should I call my doctor; or maybe wait an hour and see if it's still tender and then call?

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Amanda - posted on 09/30/2010

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yeah its typically normal.. im 32 weeks pregnant with my twin girls, and i now have a tender spot right by my belly button,and it can be from stretching to far too... i just had my son september of last year, and got pregnant shortly after, and my body wasnt quite ready for another (let alone twins) and i asked my doc and he said its just from me being so big.

Amanda - posted on 09/29/2010

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Hi, you have probably resolved this already, but I just wanted to tell you my experience. I had the same thing, but I also had cramping. It turned out that I had a placental abruption. It might be a good idea to just have it checked out.

Aicha - posted on 08/25/2010

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bellies get tender spots at least mine does when I am pregnant if you are worried then call the doctor

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Jenny - posted on 12/17/2012

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im having the same problem and im 34 weeks pregnant on tuesday...i just had a baby a little over a year ago and due next month so im just wondering if like amanda royer said its just because i had a baby and my body didnt have time to go back to normal and now im kinda worried because of what amanda ham said and it might be placential abruption

Jenny - posted on 12/17/2012

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im having the same problem and im 34 weeks pregnant on tuesday...i just had a baby a little over a year ago and due next month so im just wondering if like amanda royer said its just because i had a baby and my body didnt have time to go back to normal and now im kinda worried because of what amanda ham said and it might be placential abruption

Vanessa - posted on 09/29/2010

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Normal to have tender spots - they can really hurt!!
Mine is upper right and lower right - it's where her bum and spine just sit constantly!
I''m also quite small with this baby and there's not a lot of room in there for her to wriggle!

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