Okay so about four days ago, OH and I were dtd and all of a sudden my stomach went completely hard and I had this terrible pain covering my entire belly that lasted for about four hours, then slowly died down. But the entire time Blake didn't move once. Yesterday while OH and I were dtd, the same thing happened. Lasted a few hours and slowly died down, but Blake still didn't move. Both times were after my OB's office was closed.I called the next day the first time, and was told by a nurse that an OB would call me back. No call.Today I called, again was told I would be called back and still nothing. I think I need a new OB because this happens EVERY TIME I call. But I guess I'm wondering if this happens to anyone else or if anyone has any idea what it is?
Sex/orgasm does cause the uterus to contract which therefore makes the stomach go hard. However it used to make my little boy move loads more and never caused pain as such, was just uncomfortable. And it didnt last for long. Have you felt baby move as normal since?
I hadn't reached an orgasm yet though now that I think about it. And I have no idea what BH feels like, or contractions do. First baby, completely clueless.
Seamen can also cause the uterus to contract. Braxton hixx are tightenings, your bump goes hard but then goes back to normal again. They usually go on for a little while but are un regular and shouldnt be painful. They are practice contractions, so you shoudnt be feeling bh yet
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