9 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Sudden sharp pain in my stomatch

1 Answers
Question
Answer: Hello dear If you are experiencing vaginal or pelvic pressure in the first trimester, or early  in the second, don't blame your baby just yet. A cramping sensation in the early weeks of pregnancy may be due to your expanding uterus. Watch for signs  of vaginal bleeding if you are feeling cramp-like pains.
Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Sudden sharp pain for a few minutes in my stomach
Answer: Hi dear, Sounds like a round ligament pain.there are two ligaments that holds uterus.it is usually short ligaments and once the Pregnancy progresses,it stretches too much,hence sudden movements would give such pains.donot worry.it should subside in some time.so better to move around slowly....
»Read All Answers
Question: I am having sharp pain in lower stomatch /abdomen and back in my 8th week
Answer: The abdominal pain is caused by the stretching of the ligament that supports the uterus, as the uterus grows. However, gas and bloating can also be the reason. Sit down, put your feet up and relax.. Keep yourself hydrated (drink lot of fluids). The back pain during pregnancy is common, because the ligaments in your body naturally becomes softer and stretch to prepare you for labour. This puts a strain on joints of your lower back and pelvis, which causes back pain. It will be fine after your delivery. Try using Maternity pillow, it will give you some comfort..
»Read All Answers
Question: Sudden sharp pain in abdomen
Answer: Hello dear It is normal to have abdomen pain in pregnancy. Dont worry. After all, your organs are constantly shifting, your uterus is expanding, and your ligaments are stretching. And let's not forget morning sickness. Abdominal pain is mainly caused by: Gas and bloating Constipation Round ligament pain Remedies for abdomen pain: Eat less food Use lemon or lime juice Start BRAT diet that is banana, rice, apple, toast Rest or take a warm bath or shower. Regular exercise will strengthen and tone your abdominal muscles
»Read All Answers