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I'm about 44 days (six weeks) pregnant according to a pregnancy app I have that calculates it by the first day of my last period. I have my first appointment with my obgyn on the 22nd so I guess I'm just trying to calm my nerves until then.
My problem is I'm scared I could have an ectopic pregnancy. But I'm not even sure what my chances are at getting one. I conceived my first kiddo normally and had a healthy pregnancy, even under the bad circumstances I was in at the time. But I am really nervous right now because I'm having mild cramping on the right side only.
I did cause a pulled muscle on the right side of my neck and lower back, right before the cramping in the front on that side started. Also I have not had a single drop of blood whatsoever. I'm just trying to figure out what would cause the localized pain there. I'm not a smoker, I quit drinking, I don't have any diseases or uterus damage. I'm healthier than I was when I conceived and carried my first child.
I guess I'm just paranoid because my kid is 5 now, it's been quite a while since his pregnancy and I don't really remember all my symptoms from before. Blah.
Last edited by Dalalia; November 16th, 2013 at 11:35 AM.
Ectopic pregnancies cause extreme pain..like on the floor, sweating in agony kinda pain.
After you ovulated and got pregnant, the ovary you ovulated from would have formed a corpus luteum cyst. It may be possible that you are feeling pain from that, or from the baby implanting (it may just feel like the pain is coming from the right). If you're not in excruciating pain, you're fine!