can you have pain in the lower part of your uterus when your three months pregnant ?
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Maternal-Fetal Medicine 36 years experience
Yes: Non-specific pains can be relatively common with pregnancy. As long as you are not experiencing bleeding, some discomfort can be normal. However, if the pains worsen or persist for a few days, then let your primary OB know about your symptoms.
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