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serious question need answer please

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  • mdcraig85 05-24-10 | 01:02 PM
  • Hi ladies ok so I have some questions, I am almost 10 weeks along and last monday I had a sono gram and the baby was seen and everything was good heard the heartbeat 176 beats per min. and everything well two days later I woke up and my symptoms had stop my Nausea which was so horrible just like disappeared? is the normal and then this weekend I started to get sharp pains that would come and go on the right side of my pelvis? please let me know what I should think?
  • ~babydoll~ ~babydoll~'s Avatar 05-24-10 | 01:16 PM
  • Call and ask your doctor. Good luck!
  • Dopey406 Dopey406's Avatar 05-24-10 | 01:37 PM

    to TBC!!

    Having seen a healthy baby on u/s is a good sign. The pains, because they're not accompanied by blood, are most likely a good indication that the round ligaments holding your uterus in place are stretching to accommodate your growing baby.

    That being said, the best thing to do is to remain calm and steady for your baby. If you're stressed about this, call your doctor and get checked out.
  • mdcraig85 05-24-10 | 01:41 PM
  • So losing your symptoms is a normal thing too then?
  • Dopey406 Dopey406's Avatar 05-24-10 | 01:44 PM
  • Definitely, especially toward the end of your first trimester. Completely normal.

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