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Old May 6th, 2009, 10:19 AM   1
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Hit in stomach


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I am so worried, I got hit in stomach at school yesterday afternoon by a basketball being kicked by a year 6 across the playground full pelt and my midwife advised me to go to A&E which I did. Having sat there in agony for 4 hours I got sent home with a codeine sying they couldn't do anything and I would have to wait until my first tri scan on friday to see if there are any problems! I ahve had pains all day still and they come and go yet hosp want me to wait until friday to find out whats happening...if anything. I hoping and I am sure bubs ok but this wait is even more stressful now! My head was cross I was advised to go to hospital and was really off with me when I said I had to go 'go then' she said and then this morning once returning to work- which i shouldn't have- she said no one saw it happen and basically said i made it up.... 7 of my class saw it and the child in question who did same to another teacher last year!!!

I jsut want to cry. I know its not far away but in pain it makes u worry more



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Old May 6th, 2009, 10:21 AM   2
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What happened ???



 
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Old May 6th, 2009, 10:22 AM   3
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hi i realsied i missed that bit out so have edited it!!



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Old May 6th, 2009, 10:26 AM   4
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Jem,
Thats awful, I'm not surprised your worried hunni!! - Although I'm sure that with no bleeding you're peanut is fine. Do any of the local hospitals near you have an emergency gynea unit? In manchester we have st marys which has a gynea a&e which you can just walk into like normal a&e and be seen & have a scan if you need one.

Maybe make a couple of calls and see if there is anything similair in surrey - also the staff there are much more understanding.

Good luck hun
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Old May 6th, 2009, 10:32 AM   5
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As far as I know there is nothing like that around here but worth looking into thank you! I am just so angry as it was a crap day anyway as fining work so tough at moment with hormones running everywhere it just topped it off! Friday wasn't coming quick enough anyway let alone now!



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Old May 6th, 2009, 11:21 AM   6
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My 4 year old actually stood on my abdomen when I was about 8 weeks pregnant. I absolutely shit myself! I had a bit bruising for a few days, but everything is ok.
I think they are pretty well protected in there and am sure everything will be ok at your scan.



 
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Old May 6th, 2009, 11:50 AM   7
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Your head sounds awful, mine is really supportive and tells me to go over the slightest thing - be careful, she HAS to let you go to appointments!!! - Get NUT involved if need be, althought that would obviously be the last resort!!!

As for the pains, I also got hit in the stomach, not quite as badly, when we were playing rounders with Y6 and they hitt he ball into my stomach, it hurt for a few days but think it was just the bruising, also your muscles contract to protect the baby and if they're not used to that (which mine definately aren't) then I suppose they'd hurt too!!! I suppose you're better off waiting for you scan, but if you feel like resting would do you better then do it, don't go to work and put your feet up!!! You've got to do what's right for you and your bump hun

Hope all goes ok. Fingers crossed for xx

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Old May 6th, 2009, 11:52 AM   8
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Oh my god
I actually read somewhere that, things like that wont harm the baby... because if you actually think how padded the baby is and how far in it is xxx Its prob bruising causing the pain xx Try relax hun xx



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Old May 6th, 2009, 12:04 PM   10
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Thanks I know things will be fine, as I say I think I am way over emotional at moment! My head can be great but now and again she has her moments, I had to laugh as she told me she had tken me off duty so this wouldnt happen! I laughed and said 1 I am still teaching PE and 2 I only went out yesterday to pick the class up at end of lunch!!! I had my PPA moved so that I could go to midwives appontmnets and moved it again this week for scan! heads have a lot of pressure at mo as the SATS are upon us so putting it down to that. Its ceertanly a job u cannot step back from

I don't know what I would do without support on here!! Thanks guys x



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