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Pregnant, headbutt by a child, breath knocked out, lower pelvic pressure and pain, baby not active as before

I am 32 years old, 5 5 , 33 weeks pregnant and currently weigh 278 lbs. About an hour and a half ago, I was headbutted very hard by a 7 or 8 year old child. He came up to my ribcage and had a rather sturdy build. He hit me hard enough to knock the breath out of me. Since then, I ve had a constant pain in the location where he hit, and it hurts to take a deep breath or stand up straight. I m also feeling a lot of lower pelvic pressure . I called my OB nurse but have not gotten a response. Baby is moving but not as active as before the hit. Should I be concerned? Do I need to go to L&D?
Asked On : Sat, 19 May 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Hi,thanks for the query,
If you have a doubt about the baby's movements,go the L& D for a check up.low pelvic pressure also needs to be checked.that pain in the chest should also subside with some tablets
Answered: Tue, 22 May 2012
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