I was immediately evaluated by the ob-gyn staff at the hospital - before they even let me into the actual ER! They did every test possible and the baby is totally fine. I followed up with my own ob-gyn via phone, they made some suggestions, said it would heal on its own. Had another previously scheduled ultrasound yesterday, everything was 100% fine with the baby. Its high enough up where I don't think anyone is concerned about the baby. Just in a lot of pain myself. I have a call into my primary care doctor now. Just concerned its somehow getting worse. I can tolerate the pain, just don't want to miss anything in the process of trying to be a martyr. Plus its hurting indifferent places that it started in.View Thread
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