I remember getting bad pain when I.sneezed in my first pregnancy. And started having it two months ago..when I.googled it everything that came up was pregnancy related. Don't worry its normal..our muscles are being stretches and are tender..
When I was around 30 weeks I was sick andsneezing and coughing were so painful to my uterus. It's like every little thing affects your uterus when you're pregnant. Now I'm 37 weeks and if I happen to sneeze, I nearly pee myself.
Any pain during pregnancy is not normal and needs to be investigated. The pain while sneezing must be caused by a rise in intra-abdominal pressure. More so ever with twins you need to be careful, as this raises the risk of a miscarriage. Consult your gynaecologist. Hope this helps.
Take care and good luck.
Im 6 weeks pregnant with my second and Ive noticed something happening again like in my first pregnancy. I get a really sick feeling like im going to vomit, then I sneeze. After I sneeze I feel 100% better. Its really strange. Anyone else have this problem?
hey everybody im 15wks2d ive been sneezkng nonstop for couple days now its starting to itch and hurt and sting bad but im not sure why ive never had that in my pregnancy please help with what i can do????
I read some where that your mucus membranes swell when your pregnant and thats what causes the sneezing, and it can aldo cause nosebleeds.
I never had this issue with my first, but I've been sneezing away these last few weeks. So much so that nearly all of my coworkers have commented lol.
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