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Should i go to the hospital

(7 Posts)
harleysmammy Thu 23-Feb-17 17:41:32

Earlier a car pulled out infront of us and my dad had to break hard otherwise he would have gone straight into it. Usually i hold the bottom seatbelt so it doesnt touch my bump but i was on my phone at the time so i cant remember if i had my hand between the belt or not. It wasnt over the top of my bump, it was under the bump but when i googled it, i dont think the belt was as low as they advise. He is moving around and sticking limbs out haha, im just really worried i'd have ripped the placenta or something. I have been in hospital so many times lately, i kind of dont wanna go up because he is wriggling away but i also dont wanna not go, and then something be wrong. Do you think im over thinking it? And will it have been ok?

Sweets101 Thu 23-Feb-17 17:42:35

Ring the maternity ward and ask

UnbornMortificado Thu 23-Feb-17 17:43:28

Ring and ask best to be on the safe side and I don't think you'll settle till you do.

INeedNewShoes Thu 23-Feb-17 17:43:58

I'd phone your midwife/maternity assessment unit and ask their advice.

If you think there was significant force from the seatbelt onto your bump I think you'd be just as well to get checked out.

RealMidwife Thu 23-Feb-17 17:51:15

Are you in pain? Are you bleeding? Are you rhesus positive? Is LO moving normally?

If the answers are no/no/yes/yes then there's nothing to worry about.

A partially placenta is a theoretical possibility, which is why you might need a jab of anti D if your rhesus negative, but I can't stress how unlikely it is! If they're moving fine and you're not in pain or bleeding then you've got nothing to worry about.

RealMidwife Thu 23-Feb-17 17:51:55

*partially abrupted

sycamore54321 Thu 23-Feb-17 18:13:49

Highly unlikely to be a problem but I would err on the side of caution and at least ring and discuss it, if you don't actually go.

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