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Stomach pain during pregnancy. Cannot walk, urge to go to bathroom

Stomach pain during 7th months of pregnancy Hi, i am pregnanct and started 7th months frommy stomach is paining where the baby moves. the pain is not at lower abdoman. Its like baby is mOving and hurts i dont know how to explain but its disturbing me. I can t even walk and makes me feel like I want to go to the bathroom
Asked On : Sun, 18 Nov 2012
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It looks as though you are pregnant for the first time. If you experience any tightening pain in the upper part of the abdomen that moves down and to the back and the thighs, along with frequency of the bowel and the bladder, associated with any sort of excessive vaginal discharge, you will need immediate medical attention. Sometimes rapid fetal movements cause pain. I advice you to consult your doctor as you cannot take chances in the 7th month with viability yet to be reached. Meanwhile take bed rest, avoid stress and intercourse. Wish you a safe pregnancy.
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