question for petite skinnys around size 6-8 (hope this doesnt cause offense)
I was laying in bed today and I noticed that were my uterus was there was like a hard lump (like the top of my womb) I also noticed that when I have wind lol my stomache seems to like, I dunno, swell on one side and when I fart (tmi) it goes down-
Since having my first child I also notice that when my stomach rumbles I get like a bump appear near my belly button and as soon as it stops rumbling it goes away (im guessing this is all air)???
This dodnt happen until after I had my first child and I have only ever spoke to one woman before who said the same thing happened to her after she had her kids- it was as tho her stomache and insides just turned to jelly.
Has anyone else noticed this????
Also, when I put my doppler on this hard spot which I assumed to be my uterus, I found bubs HB instantly.
Just wondering if this is anything I should be worried about? my first US showned I had normal uterine/ovaries/etc but when I need to go to the toilet for a poo or have wind my stomach swells up.
Admitted I am a tiny size 4 (not thru choice, thru genetics unfortunately)ans nobody expected my first child to be 2 weeks overdue and almost 9lbs lol, so my body is able to take it...
just wondering why my stomache always appears to have air floating around in it.
Hi Hun, i also felt a hard mon mobile lump. I was laying on my back in bed it was just feeling my lower belly and I felt a lump size of a petite poos on the left hand side about two inches down from my belly button and to the left! I don't know if it was maybe some cysts in my uterus or something???
But then I was feeling around the other side pressing quite hard and it all felt lumpy?!
I think your belly expanding and deflating is just gas and bloat especially if it deflates after a ppp or fart and as your so tiny u prob just notice it more??
My MW coming to see me today so I might mention the lump, will let u know what she says xx
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