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I was jsut wondering if it is normal to have a dull ache on your left side between the tendon that connects to your leg and your pubic bone. I am 11 weeks pregnant and been having this all day does anyone know what it is??
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replied December 14th, 2004
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Well i'm 12 weeks and my hips have been hurting so much...A really constant dull ache. It sounds kinda like maybe that's what it is for you too. Everything i'm reading says it's normal, but I go to the doctor tomorrow and i'm going to ask him about it anyway. I would love to take something for it, and I know tylenol is ok while preggy, but I hate taking anything unless I absolutely have to.
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replied December 15th, 2004
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I'm 12 weeks and I have it too. The baby is growing and everything is stretching inside right now. I was a little worried too but the doc says it's perfectly normal.
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replied December 15th, 2004
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I still have dull aches at 18 weeks! Doc said it is perfectly normal!!
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replied December 15th, 2004
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Yes, it's your body loosening for the baby to get out soon. That's another reason we get clumsy, because our joints and stuff are loose.
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replied December 15th, 2004
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l2at24 wrote:
yes, it's your body loosening for the baby to get out soon. That's another reason we get clumsy, because our joints and stuff are loose.


oh my god, I have dropped my work and house phone soooooooo many times. My boss thought I was mad the other day and I had to tell her no I just keep droppping stuff. I even broke one of my house phones. I have butter fingers!!!!!! Lol
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replied December 15th, 2004
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I love to sleep on my stomach, I cant fall asleep any other way. During the night it bothers me and when I flip over I always get a cramp in my side. The last couple of nights ive been sleeping on my back then when I wake up I feel like my insides have stretched out in my sleep. Its weird.
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replied December 15th, 2004
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How many months are you? It isn't recommended that u sleep on ur stomach or back! Try to teach yourself now to sleep on ur left side cuz soon ur belly will be way to big for n e other position plus it increases blood flow to the baby!
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replied May 5th, 2010
I am just now 5 weeks. After a year of attempting to get preg. And after 1 ectopic preg and 2 m/c. I have a dull ache sometimes tingling feeling in my lower abdomen. I know this is normal but i wish the lord would just make me feel at ease.
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