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Is pelvic pain in pregnancy normal?

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Dr. Arash Rahi
Obstetrics & Gynecology - Urogynecology

In brief: Sometimes

As the uterus grows in pregnancy some degree of discomfort is expected, but if the symptoms become worse in a very short period or time or if they are much worse than your previous pregnancy you should consult your physician quickly to rule out any other abnormalities.
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In brief: Sometimes

As the uterus grows in pregnancy some degree of discomfort is expected, but if the symptoms become worse in a very short period or time or if they are much worse than your previous pregnancy you should consult your physician quickly to rule out any other abnormalities.
Continue close follow up with your physician!
Dr. Arash Rahi
Dr. Arash Rahi
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Dr. Richard Chudacoff
Obstetrics & Gynecology

In brief: Yes

Pelvic pain or pelvic pressure can be normal in pregnancy.
However, it can also be an indication of a more severe problems such as a tubal pregnancy or a bleeding ovarian cyst. In later trimesters the pubic bone can stretch or even separate, also cause pain with walking. Lastly ovarian cysts can occur and twist, call torsion. Any time you have severe pelvic pain you should see your gynecologist.

In brief: Yes

Pelvic pain or pelvic pressure can be normal in pregnancy.
However, it can also be an indication of a more severe problems such as a tubal pregnancy or a bleeding ovarian cyst. In later trimesters the pubic bone can stretch or even separate, also cause pain with walking. Lastly ovarian cysts can occur and twist, call torsion. Any time you have severe pelvic pain you should see your gynecologist.
Dr. Richard Chudacoff
Dr. Richard Chudacoff
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