I am 38 and 5 1/2 weeks with our first child. I have a pinch feeling pretty frequently over my left ovary area. It's not painful really, but I just want to know if that is normal. My appt with Doc isn't until a month from now.
Hi Im 39 and 5weeks! I have been having the same feeling but on the right side. Today I had an ultrasound and they found a cyst on my right ovary. That is what is causing my pain. Id call your OB doc and tell them. If you start spotting and have that pain definatly call them! Congrats! ((hugs))
I have a fibroid on my left side outside of my uterus. Fairly common I was told. Makes the pap and vaginal u/s a bit more uncomfortable but my ob assured me that they are aware of it and will make sure it doesn't get in the way of the pregnancy. Good luck and congrats!
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