Sharp pain left side??

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  1. Newmum13

    Newmum13 Well-Known Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I'm 19 + 5 and have been getting sharp pains really low down almost like my groin all day. Should I be worried? It feels kind of like stitch or a pulled muscle, i can only feel it when I walk but it's kind of making it difficult to walk properly! Has anyone experienced anything similar? xxx
     
  2. Brooksy

    Brooksy Well-Known Member

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    Hi, I had to go to go today as bad sciatica in my back, but I have been experiencing a similar feeling before this, and the go didn't seem too bothered, totally get what you mean by uncomfortable walking! May be worth asking go or midwife, but the response I had was that pregnancy comes with all sorts of aches and pains!
     
  3. Newmum13

    Newmum13 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks :) I'm hoping it's just uterus stretching and round ligament pain but any niggle I always panic! It's my first baby and I'm so anxious about everything!! xx
     
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    Oh, I know what you mean. Every time I get up quickly I get a nasty sharp pain. I think it's just round ligament pain. It's enough to make me say ow and stop for 2 seconds every time! Maybe it's just to teach us to slow down?!?
     
  5. Newmum13

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    Yeah it's gone today and I was racing around at work all day yesterday so maybe it's my body just telling me to slow down and be more careful! xx
     

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