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im leesa I'm 20 and I'm 28 weeks pregnant and this morning I slipped and fell from the wet grass I didn't hit my stomache on the concrete i landed on my side I went to lay down and I started to get pressure in my lower stomache and it hurts to walk and lay down. the baby is moving a lot like normal. - Asked by L L on 30-Oct-2014 23:05:32

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    Answered by Dr. Suneel Vallabhaneni on 31-Oct-2014 03:03:36

    Hi, if there is no vaginal bleeding or uterine contraction pains every few minutes - all these are good signs. Also being able to feel the baby moving at normal frequency like before the incident is a good sign. No direct impact to the belly is also a good sign. Baby moving too often or less often than usual need to be addressed by your OBGYN doctor. The only way to be certain about the viability of the fetus and to rule out any minor or major complications like placental disruption and blood clot is to do a pelvic or vaginal ultrasound. Hope this helps. Let us know if you have any further questions.
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