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Ligament Stretching In Early Pregnancy
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Can ligament pain in early pregnancy be one sided (low abdo) and fairly continuous? No bleeding just uncomfortable on the right for a week.
It can: One should not assume that pregnancy pain is from round ligament pain until the doctor has ruled out other causes. In early pregnancy the ligament is not really being stretched making this a less likely causes. You should be seen and evaluated by your Obgyn first to make sure there is a live baby located inside the uterus with an ultrasound. A sonogram can look for ovarian cysts as well. ...Read more
"could uterine ligaments stretch to a breaking point, if a uterine fibroid was growing under it during pregnancy?
I had an IUI on 1/14 today I have been having sore nipples, bad cramps and what feels like round ligiment pain, are these early pregnancy signs?
Could be: Well could be good signs. Proof is in the pudding! ...Read more
20 weeks more: Cheer up. You're half way there. Things keep stretching. ...Read more
I had an 11.2 lb baby 4 years ago and recently I have had round ligament type pains on both sides (more dominant on the right side). Is this common this far out from pregnancy?
Not related to past: The pain you are having now may be in the same location as what you remember being told was round ligament pain during pregnancy, but pain 4 years later when you presumably aren't pregnant is not round ligament pain. See your doctor for evaluation of other causes for pelvic pain. ...Read more
Position: The most important thing is to try to find a position that decreases the stretch on the round ligaments. This can vary from mom to mom. Good luck ...Read more
Yes: They seem to help some women get relief. ...Read more
If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more
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