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    Pain just above left side of belly button
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    Jhemby posted:
    I am in the middle of my 27th week, and I have been having a pain just above my belly button on the left side. It worsens as the day goes on. If I add a little support to my belly, or sit down, it helps a little. By the end of the day it hurts to move or breath. The only thing that really helps is to just lay down for the night. When I wake in the morning, the ppain is gone, but it starts over again very soon... Any ideas on what this is and what I can do? Or do I just need to go to the Doctor?
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