A little history on myself I had an ectopic pregnant back in august that ruptured and I ended up having to have my left tube completely removed. Now fast forward til today and I have found out that I am pregnant again. today I am 5w1d. So heres my worries I fell about a week ago I live in mn so the snow is slippery but anyway and I fell more towards my left side. Well im noticing today I have some lower back pain but its on my left side kind of like where I fell but I landed mostly on my butt In the fall so I don't think the pain is from that. I know lower back pain is a sign of ep but im trying to be optimistic hoping that perhaps since the pain is the same side as the tube that has already been removed. iS that a cause to worry considering its on the side where theres no tube for a baby to implant at? Someone please help me out. I haven't had a chance to talk to my doctor yet, but im fearing I should put in an emergency call. what is you guys opinion
I think if calling your doctors after hours number will help you feel peace of mind then do it. It sounds like your pain is more than likely from your fall, especially with it being on the side where you had a tube removed so baby couldn't have implanted there.
With both DD and this pregnancy at 5 weeks I had such severe doubling over one sided side pain I've gotten scans at 6 weeks to make sure baby was where they should be. It doesn't really have to do with what you're having now, but maybe some reassurance that one sided pain doesn't always mean the worst.
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