I am 17w 2d pregnant with my first so everything is still really new to me. Ive been having lower pelvic pain, as my pregnancy progresses. Im not sure if its all normal muscle stretching pains or something more serious. I asked my doctor about it and she didnt seem to concerned about it, but I cant help but worry. Hoping somebody might be able to lift the worry. :)
I have the same thing. It is called round ligament pain. It is very very painful but normal.Its just your body stretching making room for baby! :) I am 18 weeks 5 days. Also sometimes I feel pressure very low on my pelvis. I am sure this is just baby pushing on thinga or more stretching. If your doctor does not seem concerned then I would not worry :)
I am now 21w 5d prego. I have horrid and I mean horrid back pain. I talked to my doctor as well they said it was just round ligament pain. My doc said its bc a, im overweight to begin with and b, bc the baby is growing and your body is making room :)
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