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Asked by HopingMommy2

Q: c-section scar pain

I am just curious if anyone who has had a c-section had pain on their scar when they conceived again. i have been having a tremendous amount of pain around my scar and it is 7 years ago now. I am ttc and praying for another bundle of joy.

This question was asked May. 25, 2012 1:13pm
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Answered by YOYOMAMA - Jun. 14, 2012 2:25pm
I am ttc again this year . My c-section was June 9 2011 and let me tell you that there are some times when it hurts and some times when it doesnt. TMI ALERT..after we bed it hurts like a paper cut and the says it normal/ Why didnt anyone tell me this before I AGREEED TO HAVE IT

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Answered by imatestingfool - May. 27, 2012 6:18am
I have been having little pains around my incision line as well (though I would not call it "extreme"). I am 9 dpo so I don't know if I am pg yet! So far all tests are BFN. I did have incision pain when I had a chemical pregnancy in March. I am kind of paranoid that the egg was trying to implant there and couldn't burrow in! But only time will tell. I know I had incision pain during my 2nd pregnancy (I've had 2 C-sections), but can't recall when it started.

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Answered by HopingMommy2 - May. 26, 2012 12:42am
Thank you for your answers ladies! :-)

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Answered by sissidevore - May. 25, 2012 8:05pm
i have pain on my incesion all the time. i am currently pregnant with my thrid child, and it feels like it opening up, i asked a doc about it, they say its normal to feel pain at the site. :)

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Answered by a member - May. 25, 2012 6:00pm
You could have some scar tissue from the surgery, and your growing belly could be kinda streching it out a little.

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