I've been getting really uncomfortable tummy and back pains, like a dull weak AF pain, but it's a horrible feeling which makes me feel nauseous. I'm fairly certain it's wind so I'm not too worried, but I've been using one of those microwave wheat bag things to help ease them. I'm making sure it's only warm, not hot, and I'm putting it inside the little cuddly devil it came in(!) and I don't put it directly against my skin, I press it against my clothes. But is this safe for the bean? I'm someone who feels the cold, so personally, if I was bean I'd be loving it, but I don't want him wishing I'd installed air con, and I really don't want to do anything which is putting him in danger (sounds a bit dramatic but you know what I mean!!)
i used a hotwater bottle when i had backache, they tell u not to have hot baths as your body gets 2 hot and if your blood pressure gets hight you can go into early labour. i think is a lot diff for a hotwater bottle though.
My OB says the microwaved heated pad/bags are okay because they cool off fast enough that you won't overheat. He says NOT to use electrical ones that STAY hot. Hot baths stay hot much longer, too, which is why they are bad. I would think you would be okay with what you are doing.
hiya hun, know how ur feeling, i got one for me back few days ago...then this morning i woke up as tho id slept with my neck funny so all day av ad a hoodie on with the water bottle in the hood
but when i put it on my bk, its on the outside of my clothes aswell ,SURE it b fine !
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