Hi ladies today 7w4d and got the most painfull sharp pain on right side thankgod there's no blood so didn't go er or anything.and don't remember having this with my last 2preg,
Did anyone else have this sharp pain.
Hi dear, I had sharp pain sort of cramps that comes and go after a little while between 6 to 8 weeks. But everything is ok. As long as there was no bleeding, it is fine. Try resting a bit more. I was overworkin myself, I guess that's y I got the cramps often.
Not to scare u but at 10 wks had the same issue no blood come to find out i had a kidney stone/infection. However i have also been told, cause when i stand to fast i get the pain too, its just the uterus stretching. hope all is well...and like she said get some rest
Thanks girls its gone now d last few days just getting d pain when i move to fast i guess i better not move to fast god it better not b kidney stone although d doc did mention appendix but so far its gone so i won't worry so much.
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