Hi all I was wondering if anyone could help me?
I'm currently 5 weeks pregnant and sneezed about an hour ago, but this was no normal sneeze I had a shooting sensation run down my lower abdomen, I screamed for about 5 seconds but the pain went shortly after, I'm really worried as I have had 3 previous miscarriages 2 at 6 weeks and 1 at 8 weeks, I do have an appointment with the midwife on monday morning, someone please help me xxx
You most likely strained the ligaments that hold your uterus. As you progress in your pregnancy your uterus gets heavier. I have had this happen as well more than once. I currently am 17 weeks pregnant.
Hello I had the same a few days ago. Its not a pleasant feeling to say the least. I am 5 weeks and 2 days now. It's such a worrying time. I have had my booking in appointment on Wednesday and don't have my next appointment until 9 weeks of pregnancy, then my scan around 12 weeks. Feels like it such a wait!!!!
Hey i no that feeling, when i got the pain i rang my doctor straight away, as i'm really worried about losin ma baby as it has taken me 2 yrz 2 conceive my second baby, she said its nrmal because everything is gettin tighter. Yoli476 i know how you feel, i saw my specialist on thursday just gone, then got my scan but its not for another bout 3 weeks, im currently 9 weeks =).
Congrats to all the new mummys hope you have a happy and healthy nine months
I'm 4w5d and I do have minor/quick cramps also. They usually occur when I change positions, from sitting to standing, viceversa, and also in bed. The nurse told me the same thing about the ligaments of the uterus that are stretching. Take care!
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