Surprise pain/tightness in lower abdomen when needing to pee?
It happens a lot. I'll be sitting down for a while, and it doesn't feel like I need to "go." But the moment I stand up, there's an extreme tightness in my lower abdomen....it doesn't even feel like normal "needing to pee." Just mildly painful tightness. It mostly lets up when I go and relieve myself.
when i finish my pee, thats when the weirdest feeling comes.. :/ plus my movements of sitting and standing too quickly are affected.. seems like all muscles are connected and super tight with each other..
OMG! YES!! I have been experiencing that lately, and I have been worried about it!! I was convinced that I had a bladder infection haha. Does anyone know what this is? Is it normal or something I should be concerned about?
I get it too - about a week or so now. Every time I stand up from either sitting or being flat, the underside of my bump through to the top of my public bone feels stabby/achy. Midwife said it's because baby's engaged and near my bladder.
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