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Is pain in your left side normal in the first trimester?

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2015-07-17 17:41:31
2015-07-17 17:41:31

It could be nothing or it could be gas or it could be something that needs to be looked at. Call your doctor and they will be able to answer your questions better.

I was Only 8 weeks pregnant with the same symptoms on my right side, the ultrasound showed a 10cm ovarian cyst, that's the size of a grapefruit/Softball.Now I'm 14 weeks pregnant,they are most likely going to remove it in a few weeks. Tell Your OB/Gyn ASAP!Don't worry though, ovarian cysts are very common, they usually just go away no harm done.But in my case it's too large� dissolving.Don't worry, good luck & God bless!!!

It could also be a sign of a tubal or "ectopic pregnancy" which unfortunately, they would have 2 remove, it couln't survive.Call your OB/Gyn ASAP!They may send you to the ER.

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