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Ok, so i'm sure ya'll have seen me post today about this little cramp i'm having....
It's on my right side.
It's kind of in the middle of my stomach, but on the side.
It's not MAJOR pain, but seems to be semi-consistant and very mild.
Somtimes I'll have other cramps on the other side and in the middle, etc.
What do you think?
I've been reading an eptopic and it says symptoms dont come until 5-8 weeks, I'm only at 4. I think when I go Monday, I'm gonna ask for a u/s sometime that week...if the pain is still there. I'm sure i'm just being paranoid! B/c as i type it's not there... I'm not stressing over this,b/c i'm not a big stresser, I just wanted to see what you thought =)
Too funny that you mention that pain. I just had this "conversation" with another PG mom! I've had the same pain in the same spot that you're describing. And, she's having the same pain! My doc said it's normal. Yep, don't worry about it unless it gets severe. As a matter of fact, I can feel it on me right now, as I type. And, it gets worse if I get up to fast or move the wrong way. Doc says its things stretching. (You'd think after three kids I would be all stretched out...you should see my stretch marks!)
I had an ectopic in October last year. I knew very early that I was pregnant (before AF was due), and I also knew something was wrong from the beginning. I had horrible neck pains that turned into shoulder tip pains. I had cramping on the side of the ectopic, but the shoulder pain was the worst part. Before I went to the ER it got so bad I couldn't even take a breath or sit up. Believe me, you will know it if you have it. I think pregnancy always gives you some rumblings and tingly cramps in that area because so much is growing and changing. If you start to stress over it just go to the doctor for reassurance. You need to keep relaxed and be excited!!!, not anxious.