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Is it normal for my stomache to not hurt but for it to feel wierd in early pregnancy?
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Dr. Gerry Tolbert
Family Medicine
In brief: Depends
There are a lot of things that change both chemically and physically in early pregnancy.
It depends on what you mean by early. In the first twelve weeks, the hormones your body produces are changing how your stomach responds to food, loosening the ligaments that hold your uterus in place and helping the placenta and baby grow. All of these can make the "tummy" feel "weird".

In brief: Depends
There are a lot of things that change both chemically and physically in early pregnancy.
It depends on what you mean by early. In the first twelve weeks, the hormones your body produces are changing how your stomach responds to food, loosening the ligaments that hold your uterus in place and helping the placenta and baby grow. All of these can make the "tummy" feel "weird".
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