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My ribs!!

(13 Posts)
KayTee87 Fri 06-May-16 20:05:10

29 weeks pregnant with my first and my ribs on my left hand side are agony! They're worse when sitting down which is bad as I sit at a desk all day. They feel like they're on fire. I don't know how I can deal with potentially 11 weeks plus of this. Help!!

Iagreewithmrsdevere Fri 06-May-16 20:07:36

I had this it was a bloody nightmare. Get thee on the co codamol sharpish.

ilovesthediff Fri 06-May-16 20:09:02

There are some good pregnancy yoga stretches which help. Really good DVD by Tara Lee.

Missingcaffeine Fri 06-May-16 22:12:06

I had this terribly in my first pregnancy. From memory it started around 31 weeks, was terrible for a week or two and then improved a lot. Hopefully yours won't last until delivery.

KayTee87 Fri 06-May-16 23:06:12

I took cocodamol for a really bad headache one night (couldn't find paracetamol) and the baby ended up being really still that evening, was in a total panic til he was kicking away again in the morning. Don't know if it was a coincidence though?

I go to yoga on a Wednesday and felt much better Wednesday evening. I think it is good idea to buy a dvd and do it every day actually.

Oh that gives me some hope that it might only be temporary!

HP07 Sat 07-May-16 00:04:19

I'm only 20 weeks and my ribs are killing me already. I still have 20 weeks to go. Ahhhhhh. I totally sympathise. sad

OrchidLilly14 Sat 07-May-16 00:14:06

Have you got a pregnancy pillow? I know this may sound strange but when my LO has her feet under my ribs u prob the pillow between my lefts and shift me pelvis and she moves slightly, leaving my ribs foot and pain free smile

ilovesthediff Sat 07-May-16 14:07:47

Yes, get a v pillow. That helps. Maybe a heat patch if needed. Check with GP too? Especially about codeine.

shelbTa Sat 07-May-16 15:29:49

I have this!!! Does it go through to the corresponding side of your back too?

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Binabery16 Sat 07-May-16 16:22:42

Just got this feeling today whist sleeping, I'm hoping the stretches from daisy birthing are going to help.

bumbleclat Sat 07-May-16 17:16:59

There's a name for it chostochondritus. I get it anyway and it is inflammation of the cartridge between the ribs and yes it's agony I hope the dr can give you something

mrsmugoo Sat 07-May-16 20:41:22

Suffered terribly my entire 3rd trimester with this in my last pregnancy - he was breech.

This time I've got a head down baby and oh my, the difference it makes!!

RVPisnomore Sat 07-May-16 21:15:47

I had this but was due to him being transverse breech and his head was pushed against my ribs and for the last 6 weeks it was absolute agony. It felt like my ribs were really badly bruised. Hopefully yours will ease soon.

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