My last period June 26th I was hospitalized July 9th-13th with kidney infection, hyaital hetnia, and acid reflux with fever at 104.4 well a couple days after being released I did a home test found out I was pregnant went and got registered has my first ultra sound Monday my nurse called said I still had a UTI called out anti biotics still having really sharp pains was told it was growing pains but they still aren't letting up its not a bowel issue and I am drinking water religiously please help I'm only 7 Weeks with my second child and its not normal pain!
Well, if the pains are sharp then they can be due to kidney stones too. This can be caught on ultrasound. Also UTI, gas, and pregnancy itself can cause cramps Also, at times, ectopic pregnancy (pregnancy in tubes) can cause severe pain and cramps. . You need to get a urine examination done and consult your gynecologist.
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