I was wondering if anyone could help. This afternoon, I had this really weird feeling in my stomach. The only way I can describe it is, it felt like i was sucking in my stomach really hard, then letting go. It only lasted for about 10 seconds. Any idea on what it couldbe? I'm exactly 14 weeks today.
When you say sucking in does it feel kinda like the skin is being pulled tight over/around it?
It sounds like it could have been a braxton hick. I got them from 14 weeks with this one. It jus feels like my tummy is going kinda tight for a few second and then is releases and feels like its gone normal again. Tehy are pretty normal and can start early for some women. I had then early with my first as well. They arent bad, just part of being pregnant that some women experience.
I get a weird feeling where it feels as if (and may well be) the baby is literally dragghing itself across my belly and pushing outwards. I don't know if they're the same because I don't think I get a sucking in feeling ...
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