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Im 3 months pregnant is it ok if I feel my baby at the way bottom near my ovaries? It hurts when I feel that.
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Dr. Terri Graham
Pediatrics
4 doctors agree
In brief: Like a full bladder
Your baby is sitting in your uterus which is behind you bladder.
It is the beginning of feeling like you have a full bladder all the time. You have ligaments that are starting to get stretched out and you are getting a little crowded in there. Enjoy becoming more aware of all the little (and big) changes coming your way. It is an amazing experience so let your OB know your worries.

In brief: Like a full bladder
Your baby is sitting in your uterus which is behind you bladder.
It is the beginning of feeling like you have a full bladder all the time. You have ligaments that are starting to get stretched out and you are getting a little crowded in there. Enjoy becoming more aware of all the little (and big) changes coming your way. It is an amazing experience so let your OB know your worries.
Dr. Terri Graham
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Dr. Rakhi Dimino
Obstetrics & Gynecology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Maybe
The most important thing to know is where the baby is.
If you have already had an ultrasound in the pregnancy that showed the baby inside the uterus, then that's good. If not, one should be done to make sure it is not an ectopic. Then you should see your doctor to make sure there is a heartbeat. If this is ok as well, then pain at 3 months could be stretching pains.

In brief: Maybe
The most important thing to know is where the baby is.
If you have already had an ultrasound in the pregnancy that showed the baby inside the uterus, then that's good. If not, one should be done to make sure it is not an ectopic. Then you should see your doctor to make sure there is a heartbeat. If this is ok as well, then pain at 3 months could be stretching pains.
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