Sometimes. Yes- you can have some normal abdominal pain due to stretching of ligaments. I would be worried if the pain however becomes severe- especially in either the upper right side or the lower right side of your abdomen. This kind of pain could be related to gallbladder or appendix problems or ovarian cysts- all of which are possible during pregnancy.
Yes. Low abdominal pain on the sides that travels to the groin is very common and called round ligament pain. It happens when the support to the uterus stretches and usually gets better with rest. Pains that are not normal: right upper belly pain, abdominal pain with fever, diarrhea, vomiting, or pain that is severe.
Are sharp lower abdomen pain normal during 9 weeks pregnancy? What are its possible causes and when does it go away? Thanks
Early Pregnancy pain. It's common to have pain early in pregnancy. Typically this pain is due to ligament stretching and growing of the uterus. Unless accompanied by bleeding and cramping, this pain is typically normal. One would want to make sure that you don't have a urinary tract infection, appendicitis, or gastrointestinal problems. Sharp lower abdominal pain in pregnancy can come and go throughout the pregnanc. Read more...