Steady Ache on the right side, by my hip (kinda)

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  1. MrsChamberlin

    MrsChamberlin Mother of 3

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    I have noticed over the last couple days I have had a very steady ache on the right side, low by my hip area. No sharp pain, not crampy, but it is a steady ache. mild to moderate pain level.
    Anyone know what this could mean...
     
  2. AP

    AP Well-Known Member
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    I have had this too, and although it isn't painful, it's uncomfortable. I'm not sure if it's pregnancy related, or has anything to do with PCOS (never been officially diagnosed) but it hasn't caused any problems. I was also looking at my early notes and the EPU said my ovaries were fine-they did say in december during my last mc that they suspected PCOS. You might want to speak to your doctor or see the sonographer about it at your scan. I'm sorry i can't help more, but i don't think you have much to worry about it terms of baby. But i'm no doctor though!
     
  3. ahava

    ahava me & hubby

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    Hi there mrs chamberlein, it might be some sort of stretching in that area for the baby,but there are so many different aches and pains in early pregnancy, its all very weird...
     
  4. elainegee

    elainegee Well-Known Member

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    i had this as well it went away by around 8/9 weeks though if i remember rightly. xx
     
  5. RobenR

    RobenR Mum to miracle girl & boy

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    I have that too and am starting to worry I have an ectopic. I don't know if it's normal or not but my right side is really tender!
     

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