Pains in Upper Abdomen (TMI like ohsovery)

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - First Trimester' started by Bee_Weird, May 31, 2011.

  1. Bee_Weird

    Bee_Weird Well-Known Member

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    hi, just looking for a little reassurance that i'm right, really, 90% this is nothing...

    Last night me and DH were um, reconnecting as a couple and he performed oral sex on me (he didn't blow in my vagina though, like all the books weirdly warn you about lol). Anyway, whilst enjoying this i was sort of arched up like i always do

    Today i have a dull but persistent pain in my upper abdomen, it feels like a pulled muscle from last night's activities, it's got worse tonight but only in a hurts to move sort of way and i reckon that's cos i'm shattered. I have had this before when it's been a while in between um, intense sessions

    However, like all 1st Tri ladies i'm a little paranoid and freaking out slightly because *of course* i googled it. really have to stop doing that. and now i'm concerned it's an ectopic pregnancy :s

    My plan is to try to get some sleep tonight and see if rest helps it. If not, ring NHS Direct in the morning and see what they say. Although I am somewhat reluctant to tell them the above tale lol and obviously if pain gets like so bad it's keeping me up then i definitely know something's wrong.
     
  2. catcatcat

    catcatcat Well-Known Member

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    All your ligaments & bones & muscles etc are loose and easy to pull. I pulled a muscle in side during last pg just twisting around and it was soooo painful and took ages to heal. Its relaxin that causes it. So i wud imagine uve pulled a muscle in upper stomach probably as your lower abdominals are stretching and u used a muscle above it. Just the thought of that carry on makes me feel sick - i go so off sex when pg its unreal my poor oh hes very deprived. Haha
     

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