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Can sneezing too hard cause a miscarriage?

I am about 7 weeks at the moment and last night found myself in a sneezing fit. One of the sneezeswas really hard and caused a sharp pain in my pelvic area and it HURT. It caused me a little bit of panic but I brushed it off. This morning however, I woke up and my entire pelvic region was sore, it almost feels like a pulled muscle. Im not too worried about it since I'm not bleeding or anything, but should I be worried? Can sneezing cause a miscarriage?!
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6403762 tn?1381716118
No it can't
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No if it did, everyone would have a miscarriage. Aches and pains are normal.  
5752933 tn?1383537037
Sounds like your round ligament, it will probably happen a lot during your pregnancy
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You probably did just pull a muscle honey, it won't cause a miscarriage. Just relax it'll go away. If it hurts severely you can take Tylenol and ice the area, it'll help
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girl i know how you feel. but not the sneezing part. if i move even a little bit trying tog et up out of bed it feels like i pull something. if i get up and reach for something it feels like i pulled something. the doctor said its round ligament pain and its very common in pregnancy. i think your fine. id worry if you had real heavy bleeding but other then that you'll get achs and pains. i hope you feel better soon.
6855498 tn?1396026884
I'm 15 weeks and sneezing still hurts don''t worry its just part of the fun lol
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