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    Default Stomach pain at 19 weeks

    Last night I woke up to alter my sleeping position and when I did I experienced this excruciating pain all through my stomach, after about a minute it started radiating in my back before tapering off and I went back to sleep.

    This happened twice more in the night when I changed positions, the last time being the longest that probably lasted about 3 minutes all up and same again each time, stomach pain before it moved around to my lower back.

    Anyone else have anything like this or know what it could possibly be due to?
    I've never had anything like it before in this pregnancy or my previous two.

    TIA

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    My first thought was that your ligaments are soft, so when you changed position they 'cramped up' until they relaxed again. I had a lot of similar pains with my second pregnancy, Ob always put it down to ligaments.

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