Lump

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Second Trimester' started by Bree1120, Jun 6, 2011.

  1. Bree1120

    Bree1120 Well-Known Member

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    I am 16 weeks today and occasionally I feel a hard lump maybe about the size of an apple, a little smaller, in my lower stomach/pelvic area.. Its not always there though. Is this baby?
     
  2. Makena29

    Makena29 Well-Known Member

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    This happened to me recently after my OH and I had a romp in the sack. My entire uterus moved up about 6 to 9 inches, and I could feel a big hard lump right under my belly button. Then it moved back down into it's regular position in my pelvis. Weird, but I think it's probably common for things to shift around.
     
  3. louisianagirl

    louisianagirl Mom to 2 Boys

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    How long does it stay there? I had this about 16 weeks. It almost makes you think you're uterus is contracting but its only a small section. Is that what you're feeling? If so, yes, its the baby....
     
  4. Bree1120

    Bree1120 Well-Known Member

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    Its there for a couple of minutes... Its like I tighten up in that area and then it goes away.
     
  5. blaze777

    blaze777 Mummy to Moos and Roos

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    I find I can feel mine first thing in the morning when I'm dying for a pee! But mine is still quite low down. It does change sides though which is quite funny lol
     
  6. louisianagirl

    louisianagirl Mom to 2 Boys

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    Yeah, I would definitely say that's what I felt. I was about 2 weeks after that I really started noticed a little movement.
     

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