I've had pain in my left side but I've had a scan and it definitely isn't an ectopic...I was told that it could be to do with a cyst, an infection or just your uterus expanding...I'd go and get it checked out to be sure but I was told that not all pain is sinister but should always be checked out!
Hope all goes well!
No, I had awful pains on my left side for a few weeks and it turned out to be nothing- I went to the doctors to be on the safe side though I know quite a few ladies who were in first tri with me had something similar. If you're worried though, definitely go and get checked xx
I had really awful pains on my side early on, had an early scan and it wasn't ectopic! The pain I had was awful, had to call an ambulance, had gas & air and styed in hospital for three days! I'm sure you will be fine
i have twinges on one side quite a lot, sometimes they are quite painful but ive had a scan and baby is definitely in the right place. So it doesnt always mean ectopic. its worth getting it checked out though hun, for sure
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