so my question for you is this: have any of you experienced lower back pain this early?(4 wks). Along with the slight nausea and headaches, back pain seems to be creeping up on me really fast this time around(2nd baby)....I am feeling a little worried...and I am trying to avoid reading google(grr)...I'm worried that maybe AF is gonna show up (due fri). I usually get back pain before AF...however I had lower back pain with my first pregnancy just not this early on. Advice anyone?? xx
I have had back pain from day one! it is annoying and unfortunately it has only got worse as the weeks have gone on. It is a common pregnancy symptom so I wouldn't worry about anything being wrong just based on that.
absolutely! i was having many symptoms way before af, that is why i took the hpt 7 days early, and got +. so dont think because youre just a little pregnant doesnt mean that your body isnt sensitive to hcg.
haha thanks ladies MagicalLeigh - I have definatly embraced the fact that I'm pregnant now(yay!) but just paranoid I guess of something going wrong with this pregnancy, as I had a very complicated pregnancy with my son who thankfully was born healthy! I am probably one the most paranoid people when it comes to pregnancy! lol....I wish I could just relax!!!!!!!!
My lower back has bothered me since I noticed implantation bleeding. Both were a sign that something was different this cycle. I find that the more active I am, the more it hurts. Like lifting the laundry basket and getting groceries (both I did last night)- my lower back starts this annoying dull throb and my sides get a tiny bit crampy. Shucks. Guess that means I can't do chores :-) and I'm only at 4w+some
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