Hi, im about 7weeks now with my 3rd child. My only worry is I had a hysteroscopy, d&c,&salpingectomy in April 2013,now I'm having pain on my right abdominal area since 4 weks ago. Should I be concerned? The pain gets bad enough to wake me in the middle of the night. Im thinking my body is trying to heal from the procedures but it feels different than the previous pains. My next ob appt is at the end of 9/13 should I address this to my Dr or just deal. Thank you.
I would call your drs office now and ask to speak to a nurse. She or he should be able to more properly instruct you, and it could be as minor as cramps or as severe as an ectopic pregnancy. Either way sharp cramps are not a good sign and should be take seriously. Good luck momma!
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