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    Default Sharp pains

    Hi I am 19weeks pregnant and I have been having sharp pains in the left hand side of my stomach from just under my Breast to the pelvis bone it kind of feels like a stitch has anyone else had this? I'm not sure if it's normal or I need to see the doctor.

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    It's been a while since I was pregnant so I would see a dr just to be on the safe side but I remember having all kinds of strange pains and cramps when I was pregnant with my first baby and stressing out a lot over it being normal. Like I said... I wouldn't stress out, but maybe mention it when you go to the drs next or make an appointment to reassure yourself.

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    I had similar a week or so ago on my right hand side, a really really bad stitch is how I would describe it. It went after a few hours and my OB said it sounded like ligament pain.

    Call your hospital just to double check if you're worried, good luck

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    Thank you for your replies this is my first so it's hard to determine what's normal and whats not, I'll call my doctor just to confirm though. thank you


 

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