There was another thread about this a few weeks ago - seems like a lot of people have it. I get it too and it is so weird! I have no idea what it is but it is right where you describe, under the right boob. I wondered if it was baby's foot hitting a nerve or something?
yep, that was me who had that post i think! i still get this all the time, especially if i lean forward or sit up... it's under my right boob kinda above the ribs, and it feels like when you get a little shock from a bad outlet plug, or a vibrating/tingling/asleep kind of feeling. i asked my doctor, he said he hears this complaint a lot and it is always from pregnant women... lol. he mentioned that it was something about a nerve that comes around from your back that is right there... nothing to worry about just not very comfy
I get this on both sides when I've been sat down, its a kind of numb tingly sensation. I did think it was that my skin and nerves are being squashed because of the lack of room. It does go if I sit up straight and push my chest out.
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