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I have had some pretty severe AF type cramping in my thighs. I always have gotten AF cramps in my thighs so thats not unusual for me. These hurt pretty bad though. The part I am really concerned about is whenever I have that and then try to use the restroom it extends to my lower pelvic region and hurts severely. Even when I just urinate. It does not happen all the time, but a few times when I tried to go yesterday. Has anyone had cramps that got worse when using the restroom and had it turn out to be normal?
My first pregnancy was an ectopic in December 11 which resulted in abdominal surgery & removal of my left tube. I also had the restroom thing once then but not several times and don't know if it was related to being pregnant or the ectopic. Last time I was pregnant I woke up every night in pain, and that does not happen anymore. Also I had one sided and stabbing pains which I do not have this go around. There was no reason determined for my tubal pregnancy. Just thought I would give you some background info on me. Please do not tell me its tubal. I am asking for any ladies who have experienced this normal or not and what was the outcome. I am getting an u/s tomorrow to determine where this bean is located. Thanks so much!
I've been having some pretty crazy cramps including some shooting pains in my pelvic areas. Hope everything is going okay for especially after what you've been through. Hope you can get some answers soon!
I had an ectopic back in December as well but didn't experience any severe pain. They were able to treat my ectopic with methotrexate shots instead of surgery. I am glad that you are getting an ultra sound to check everything out. Will be praying for you and the baby.