Getting my dog to stay away from my stomach has been a big challenge. Initially I thought it was something that I could handle. But after a couple of weeks it started to hurt. I was swollen and couldn’t move, but I was determined to keep it from affecting my life. I was also afraid that if I didn’t find a way to treat it, I would have to put my dog down. But after doing some research I found a way to keep it from hurting. I also learned that the pain that I felt was caused by my dog jumping on my stomach and kicking it up and down.
During pregnancy, placental abruption is a condition where the placenta detaches from the uterine wall. The separation can cause complications to both the mother and her fetus. The abruption can be mild or severe.
The most common symptom of placental abruption is vaginal bleeding. If a woman experiences a significant amount of bleeding, she may need to have surgery. However, there are a number of other symptoms of placental abruption that can be just as distressing.
In some cases, women will experience mild vaginal bleeding that will resolve on its own. In other cases, women will experience symptoms of placental abruption that may include abdominal pain and cramping. It’s important to discuss these symptoms with your healthcare provider as soon as possible.
Having a dog eat too much food at once may lead to a swollen stomach. Bloat is a common problem among large breeds of dog. It can be fatal if it goes untreated. It can be caused by swallowing too much air or intense exercise after a meal.
Bloat can also be caused by a ruptured intestine or urinary bladder. Taking your dog to the vet can help diagnose a bloat problem. A vet can perform a physical examination and blood tests to find out what’s causing your dog’s stomach to bulge.
The stomach is a very large organ and it can press on other important organs. Besides being uncomfortable and painful, it also can make breathing difficult. A bloated dog may need to be hospitalized.