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July 27th, 2007, 08:11 PM
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Ok...this has been going on for a long time now. One night when I rolled over for the 100th time I felt like I pulled something in my lower right side right above the crease in my leg...it hurt...but didn't last long...OK...sounds like ligament pain...BUT it continued to feel sore for days after...it hurt to move a certain way, and if you push on that spot, it hurts. It did get better for a short time, until I pulled it again another night...now it's just a constant pain (only wen you press on that spot, or i move a certain way) I have there...it never really goes completely away, and when it starts to feel better that's when i seem to roll over again and have that burning pulling pain again. I've mentioned this to my doctor of course. They just said it sounds like ligament pain...but i thought that was only suppossed to hurt at the time you pulled it and last for only a moment..not continue to be sore for days, weeks later. Since I am a high risk patient, and I have had several ultrasounds...amongst other things...they always check the placenta and say all look good. But I still always worry that this pain is more then just a pulled ligament. I guess the baby could also be pressing on that spot...her butt is in that location. I am gonna mention it again on Monday...i want to be sure it's nothing to worry about. Has anyone had this? I know my SIL said she pulled the ligament once and it hurt her for weeks after too...and her doctor also wasn't worried. I guess I just worry about everything. It definetly seems to hurt more when I am laying down in bed and stretch out my legs. I just didn't think ligament pain would persist for weeks.

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July 27th, 2007, 10:33 PM
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I get pain around there all the time. sometimes it's rl pain, sometime it's low gas pockets, and sometimes it's baby pushing on my organs down there. what you are going through sounds normal to me but ask your doctor again. Insisit they check it out....better to be on the safe side. sorry you are having pain!
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July 28th, 2007, 06:03 AM
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It could be your round legiments. Usually a round ligament will feel like your being knifed (on either side of your uterus)

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July 29th, 2007, 07:39 PM
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It sounds like you really pulled a ligament...which will hurt for a few days. I strained mine walking in the sand on the beach. Now I feel like an old woman with aches and pains.
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