After i had my son i had this same thing happen to me. It hurt so bad i think it was the worst part. But anywho after about 8 months-1 year it went away. I asked my mom about it because she has had three C-Sections. She told me that the same thing happend all three times and told me its the nerve endings connecting back together. I never asked my Dr. about it but it made sence and it went away.View Thread
So just to make sure im understanding right, If this baby shall be a girl kill it? If a boy keep it? Wow both of you have MAJOR issues and maybe should look into some counseling, seriosusly. You should keep the baby based on financial situations etc... Which im guessing isnt all that great 3 kids and 17 wow. Im not judging you well at least trying not to but this all seems so wrong. When i was 16 i terminated a pregnancy because i was not emotionaly, financially ready for a baby. I know some may disagree with this choice but im the one who\made it and i have to live with it. Anyways I understand there is reasons for the things people do and the choices they make. But Seriously to determine pregnancy termination due to gender is unbelievable, unimaginable, far from responsable nor respectable. I hope you both think this over.View Thread
When i was pregnant with my son i always had it too, ugh it sucked. I was so confused i thought if anything you should be constipated right? lol anyways it didnt go away for a while but everything ended up fineView Thread
** and is there anything i can do to make my boyfriend understand that changing hormons do affect pregnant women and they dont just "fake" it. I was thinking about having the Dr. explain this to him,,, any thoughts?View Thread
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