It feels like someone has punched me here or like I ran into a corner or something but I obviously didnt...its sore to the touch..like...just barely a touch and it hurts like its bruised but there is nothing there...Im assuming this is normal and my muscles stretching? anyone else have this
You'd be surprised! Indigestion can be nasty and even mistaken for a heart attack.
I suffer excess acid and when I eat oily foods I often say to my OH ' I feel like Ive been in a boxing ring'. Normally last a few days though and then eases slightly. Does it hurt when you press deep below your breast bone on your upper stomach? If it does, then it probably is acid.
I was getting that before I got pg and my dr said it is tense muscles in your chest. She told me to try exercises like elliptical machines where your arms arms moving vigorously and when I am driving to keep my shoulder blades on my seat, walk straighter etc to try to stretch those muscles. If you find yourself hunching alot due to extra tummy weight or tiredness that could be whats wrong
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