I just found this and i was thinking could this be round ligament pains?
Round Ligament Pain — What It Is
As your uterus expands during your pregnancy, you may experience "growing pains" around the middle. The pros call it round ligament pain, and whatever you want to call these pangs (no cursing, please), round ligament pain is typically felt as achy or sharp sensations on one or both sides of the abdomen.
Round Ligament Pain — What Causes It
Your uterus is supported by thick bands of ligaments that run from the groin up the side of the abdomen. As your uterus grows (and grows and grows!) the supporting ligaments stretch and thin out to accommodate the increasing weight. This weight pulls on the ligaments, causing sharp pains and/or dull aches in the lower abdomen. Other causes of abdominal achiness during pregnancy include increased blood flow (you've pumped up the volume to nurture your baby) and the buildup of your uterine lining.
Round Ligament Pain — What You Need to Know
You'll probably notice round ligament pain more when you change positions suddenly or get up from sitting or lying down, or when you cough. It may be brief or last for several hours (yet another mystery of pregnancy). As long as it's occasional and there are no other symptoms accompanying your abdominal achiness during pregnancy (such as fever, chills, bleeding, vaginal discharge, or lightheadedness), there's nothing to worry about.
Round Ligament Pain — What You Can Do About It
Get off your feet, get comfy, and stay there for a while! If that doesn't bring relief to your abdominal achiness during pregnancy, or if the achiness crosses the line into severe abdominal pain, contact your practitioner and let him or her know what you're feeling.
Nope not a bad thing round ligament is very different though as it feel more like you pulled a muscle in your lower abdomen where as the carpus Luteum has similar symptoms to eptopic so pain in left etc read more here... http://pregnancy.about.com/od/condit...slutealcys.htm
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