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Belly pains in the first month of pregnancy. Are they normal or not?

Belly pains in the first month of pregnancy. Are they normal or not?

Belly pains in the first month of pregnancy. Are they normal or not?

Belly pains can be normal or may announce a problem. However, the doctor must be notified of their presence.

If the pain is accompanied by minimal bleeding and the ultrasound does not reveal a pregnancy in the uterus, an extrauterine pregnancy may be suspected.

The presence of more abundant bleeding accompanied by pain can mean a spontaneous abortion. Belly pain in pregnancy can also be associated with pathology, but not related to pregnancy - a urinary tract infection, appendicitis, irritable colon, etc.

Abdominal discomfort is commonly described in pregnancy, without being caused by a problem.

Dr. Anca Panaitescu
resident obstetrics-gynecologist

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