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36 weeks pain on csec scar (will be #3 csec)
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Posted 15 November 2012 - 10:37 AM
I am 36 weeks pregnant with baby number 3 so this will be my third csec in a couple of weeks. I have had no pain throughout pregnancy so far but in the last week I have had pain around my csec scar especially when walking or if have been lying down too long in one position and go to move or sitting in one position to long . Just wondering how normal it is and if I should be concerned
Posted 15 November 2012 - 10:42 AM
I am also due with no 3 and it will be a third c-section. I am about 22 weeks now and have had pain around my c section line since the beginning. My Ob said it was normal and b/c of my stomach stretching. I even asked if there was any risk of rupture and he said no chance while just pregnant (ie not in labour). If you are worried though maybe mention it at your next appt.
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