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I wrote a thread yesterday about a pinching cramp in my left side when I sit sometimes. Well now its in my right side even worse. It comes and goes and only last a few seconds. It starts faint and then grows more painful. I have a appointment Friday. Anyone one else feel this. Should I call and be seen earlier?
I get something similar to this on both sides every once in awhile. It happens sometimes when I sit up suddenly or go from sitting to standing quickly. I'll feel a sharp stab that lasts about a second. I haven't worried about it just because it's so irregular and doesn't seem to be increasing or getting worse and there's no spotting. Instead it just seems related to the way my body is moving at that moment so I wonder if it is just everything growing, moving around and making room like the pp said!
I've had a lot of pains like that - kind of feels like it's in your tubes/ovary area? Not like the round ligament pain..... I've had an ectopic pregnancy so I initially assumed that it was something to do with that - as in recovery from that NOT saying you have one - just to be clear. I agree that's it most like just your bits stretching and reshaping.
I just noticed a new thing the last few days- if I'm driving in the car and I sneeze, I get a sharp pain on my right side (enough to say, "Ow!") but if I sneeze at my desk at work or at home, I'm fine. So that made me feel even more like it's just the way my body's situated at that moment when I "jar" it suddenly, but who knows?