5 Causes Of Pelvic Pain In The 1st Trimester, According To Experts
Pelvic pain is common during your first trimester, but then again so is nausea, and just because these feelings are normal doesn’t make them any less unpleasant. “When you think of how much is happening inside the uterus during the early stages of pregnancy (the embryo has to implant, burrow its way into the lining of the uterus and hook itself up to mom's circulatory system) it makes sense that there will be some cramping here and there,” said Dr. Lucky Sekhon. You will normally feel cramps or twinges during the first eight to 12 weeks of pregnancy, which is sometimes called “accommodation pain.”
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