What Could The Pain Be From

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jal239 - November 13

I will be 8 weeks pregnant tomorrow. Last night while laying in bed I started to experience a sharp stabbing pain on my left side down where the pelvic bone is. I know that I have 2 cysts on that side from fertility injections, but I wasn't sure if the feeling was from one bursting or something wrong with the baby. Knock on wood I have not had any bleeding (have had 2 previous miscarriages). I am exhausted today-more than normal and have a little pain in one spot in my back, I don't have the sharp pelvic pain. I have never made it this far before and am terrified. I don't know whether these feelings are normal or not. My husband says my body is changing so much. He suggested not to call unless I starat bleeding. Can anyone shed some light on my symptoms to help ease my mind? Thanks!!!!

 

newlywed0915 - November 13

It could just be that your uterus is expanding and stretching. Cramping and short stabbing pains are often described as being part of the grwoing pains. I would say that you don't have to worry unless you start bleeding, but I didn't experience your pain. On a scale of 1-10...how painful was it? Was it short and fleeting? If it was a 2 or 3 and short and fleeting, I'd say that its just the growing....

 

jal239 - November 13

thaks newlywed. I appreciate the info.

 

sterlinberlin05 - November 13

Well if it were me and I had two m/c I'd just call the doc or talk to the nurse explain what you feel and see what they say. I know it would make you feel better because who wants to wait to start bleeding? I had a m/c last year and so far this forum has helped with a lot. But I also had my son before that so i kind of know what things to expect this time around. Did you feel pain with your last to m/c? I didn't feel any with mine....just call your doctor what could it hurt? Newlywed is probably right just growing pains...I've had a lot of that this time, and I didn't with my other two pregnancies so I know it's scary. Good luck

 

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