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Old 03-08-2012, 07:35 PM   #1
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Multiplenc sections and pain!

I'm on my third pregnancy, 29 weeks and I've had two prior sections, this one will be #3.

For whatever reason I continuously have ridiculously sharp pains in my pelvic area. More so then my last two. I'm assuming basically from my body just stretching and what not. But, today I went to get out of bed and had what I would describe as a popping, burning sensation right on my incision site. Hurt so bad I had to immediately lay down, apply pressure, and not move.

Anyone experience this? It's not the first time it's happened, but definitely the worst.

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Re: Multiplenc sections and pain!

Sounds like something worth speaking to your doctor about.

Do you know where your placenta is located?
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Re: Multiplenc sections and pain!

I had some pains like that during my pregnancy after my first c-section. I was told it was adhesions (SP?) when they were getting ready for my second c-section I asked for a film Sepra film http://www.seprafilm.com/patients/su...c-section.aspx and during my third pregnancy I did not have the pains.

I would just take pain meds for the pain until it went away but I did see a medical person about it first.
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Re: Multiplenc sections and pain!

I have had 7 c-sections and have not felt anything like that I would mention it to your doctor.
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Re: Multiplenc sections and pain!

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I have had 7 c-sections and have not felt anything like that I would mention it to your doctor.
SEVEN? How is the recovery after each one? Have you had placenta abnormalities in your later pregnancies?
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SEVEN? How is the recovery after each one? Have you had placenta abnormalities in your later pregnancies?
Recovery for me was not much different with each one. I didn't have any placenta problems until my last child, where I abrupted and was on the verge of uterine rupture at only 23 weeks.
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Re: Multiplenc sections and pain!

I'm also in my 3rd pregnancy with 2 prior sections and I get this pain almost every time I get up from a laying position. It is excrutiating! However I also had it late in my first pregnancy and was told that it was round ligament pain. I haven't put any more thought into it than that. I try to remember to stretch out (like arms over my head and stretch through my toes) before I attempt to get up, and then get up slowly. This seems to help a little. I do agree with pp, if it's new you should talk to your doctor about it
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