Hey girls anyone else have a dull ache on one side of your abdomen (kind of like ovulation pain). It goes away and comes back occasionally. Just makes me worried. It is not sharp or stabbing at all and no spotting.
Hey hun the day i turned 5 weeks i had a dull ache in abdomen and lower backache all day and night....it has since gone, had it for 2 days...im putting it down to a baby having growth spurt! Lol! i just tried to sleep it off and drank loads of water xxx
I did a bit of research into first tri cramping, its all normal so dont worry.. but the relief is to drink few glasses of water. I was quite unsure if this would work but i tried it anyway (dont usually like plain water so bit gross) and my majority of cramps settled down within a few hours which then made me at ease
Thats about the sametime as i will be scanned hun, seems so far away!! Im sure you will be fine, i do get the odd twinge here n there on my rightside but think its all normal. Try n relax n catch a nap when you can xx
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