This is more a theoretical question than anything and I hope you don't think I'm being stupid
Me and my OH were snuggling up on the sofa to watching TV last night and he turned around so he was lying against me. It felt as though he had his weight against me and his shoulder blade was digging in my abdomen to the extent that it actually hurt
I kind of pushed him out of the way and told him I was worried that he could be hurting the baby. He did move but he told me not to be so daft.
I think everything is fine as (at least after he moved) I was not in pain or experiencing any bleeding or anything but I was wondering if this could cause harm or if he's right and I'm being a bit neurotic, which wouldn't surprise me knowing what I'm like concerning my bubs
It would be good to know how careful I have to be in the future.
i think all would be fine hun. like the others said they are well protected. last night i lay on my tummy trying to do something, it was so uncomfortable then i worried that i may have squashed her but she seems all ok. xx
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