I am.24 weeks pregnant started w lower pain by pelvic area. On call nurse said its normal at this time stay hydrated and make sure to rest. As long werent six an hour. Any advice on what to do beside taking advil or tylenol just an uncomfortable pain.
Not really. I've had constant pains since about 6 weeks. I'm 19+5 right now. My ob is just keeping tabs and said if they get bad enough where I cant move to call in and go to the er. That's the closest I know to what you are dealing with. I find myself thinking of it as a chronic pain. Some days are good and I feel almost normal and function as such while other, I can seem to do nothing but lay on the couch or in bed. Hopefully someone can answer with a better answer. Good luck.
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