Pain after scrubbing kitchen floor on hands & knees..
Yesterday i was doing my housework and since my mop is broken i had to clean my kitchen floor on my hands and knees. I would have left it but i live alone with my dog and he manages to make the tiles floor look brown instead of cream lol.
So since doing that i started to get weird pains in my lower abdomen, sort of on the top of my pubic hair line, inside.
It kind of feels like i really need to either have a pee or even have a poo.
It's not severe pain or anything, it's not like cramping & i'm not bleeding. I have a doppler and all seems fine but i wondered if i could have strained a pelvic muscle or if i could be constipated? Haven't been for two days ans i usually go everyday.
Bf (FOB) seems to think i may have pulled/strained a muscle. I think from now on, FOB will have to clean floors for me at the weekend when he visits lol.
I'm 25 and very slim but not the fittest of ladies, i haven't excersised in years and i haven't been doing any pelvic floor excersises. Should i try doing them to see if that would help?
Hi, this is my second preg and after doing anything a bit strenuous I always get the feeling you describe. I have it today after hoovering my car! I just listen to my body and have a rest when I need to, don't think it's anything to worry about.
You can take lactulose for constipation, you can buy it over the counter. You need to drink lots of fluid for it to work though. Also fibre cereal and lots of fruit and veg.
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