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TWW C-section scar sensations

I had a c-section with my firstborn in 2011. The next few years involved obesity and infertility and a happy surprise pregnancy that ended in miscarriage around 9 weeks. In 2019 I started back on birth control because I was bleeding heavily. In 2020 I had gastric sleeve and have lost 130 lbs. I am healthier now than when I got pregnant in 2011. We literally just stopped birth control to start trying to conceive. I am fairly certain I felt myself ovulate on CD 12 and we baby danced that afternoon. I have noticed some sensations along my c-section scar. I am hopeful that we got lucky the first time trying… but I have been disappointed so many times before that I am hedging my bets. Getting to the actual question, have any of you c-section mamas felt anything along your scar with subsequent pregnancies? (I am obviously symptom-seeking but who can help it?) I just don’t know whether what I am feeling is a good sign or if it’s just my uterus filling up with more blood than it has been accustomed to the last few years while being on bc. Any ideas, good vibes or commiserating is welcome! I’ve got another week before I can test. (And yes, of course, I wasted a test by testing too early this morning! )


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