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37 weeks and lump underneath stomach
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An_246885 posted:
Today I just notice that there is a lump underneath my stomach right above my pubic area. It feels weird and it's comes to a point. I told my fiance it feels like her chin is pointing out(LOL). I am not sure if I should freak out and hurry and call the doctor or just wait until my next appointment to see what it could be. Has anyone every experienced this before?
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Zaysmama responded:
I have felt several things under the skin being my LO's hand and feet and a few time I have felt his little elbows which were rather pointy and uncomfortable so anything is possible. The baby should still be active so don't be surprised if she resituates and the point is gone, but I would say something to the dr if the point is still there by the time of your next appt.
 
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SamanthaLH replied to Zaysmama's response:
That's what I thought it was at first, like an elbow or something. But it's just feels like a ball of tissue or something like that. I will def point this out at my next appt. Thanks for the feedback.
 
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Zaysmama replied to SamanthaLH's response:
have you seen your dr yet to ask him/her about the lump? or has it gone away or changed any?

Hope all is well!


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