Yes. I had quite severe pain down in my left hand side, near my groin where my ovary sort of is located. It was quite bad one night that the pain started shooting down my leg and I was very close to going into Hospital as I thought of Ectopic Pregnancy. I was about 4-5 weeks at that stage. I rang NHS direct and they said that If I get bleeding and searing pain in my shoulder tip to go to A&E straight away. Next day the pain started to subside but was still a mild pain in my side, yet no bleeding. I went to the doctors who did a blood test to measure levels of HCG (pregnancy hormone) told me to go to hospital if pain got worse until they took the next blood results to see if HCG levels had risen. HCG levels do not rise as much if your Pregnancy is ectopic so this would be a warning sign for a doctor. I was okay though and levels were good. Within about a week, the pain subsided and I went back to Docs who said that because I had previous surgery for endometriosis in that spot it was just being sensitive and aggravated by the pregnancy. I have no pain at all there now.
My advice to you - Feel a little positive if there is no blood. See if the pain subsides when you get up / sleep etc, go to Doctors and ask for HCG test. If you are convinced this pain is too bad to ignore then get yourself straight to the Hospital. You are pregnant with pain in left side, they take this seriously and you are not wasting their time at all, better to be safe than sorry okay? PM me if you want to ask anything else, I have been through this and know exactly how you are feeling right now.
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