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BeeR2009 Tue 09-Jun-20 08:02:19

Good morning,

I've recently got my BFP and I am currently 3 weeks pregnant.

Today my lower right abdomen (where I imagine my ovary to be) feels not painful, but more of a pressure and a bit fluttery... I'm having the odd twinge on the left side (that feel like bubbles popping), but the right just feels full and odd. There is no pain if I touch or apply pressure to the spot. Is this normal, i.e just the egg implanting?

Sorry if TMI but I had a bowel movement today after not having one the last couple of days, so thinking this may be something that's contributed?

I'm really worried about ectopic pregnancies, I know at this point I shouldn't worry - but as it's my first I just really don't know what to expect and I haven't got anyone to ask really!

Any help would be appreciated!

Thanks,

B x

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pinklillie Tue 09-Jun-20 12:40:44

Hi.

I am pregnant for the first time and I am 7 weeks. I had exactly the same feeling as you.

I didn't realise I was pregnant but I felt a random twinge in my abdomen on the right side and pop sensation that was quite painful and then it followed a few days of the sensations you have described.

I have asked a couple of my friends who have had babies and they seem to think it's normal and was probably implantation.

How are you feeling otherwise?

Oh and congratulations grin

pinklillie Tue 09-Jun-20 12:42:41

I actually had a phone call with a Dr about being referred for blood tests for something else and I remember saying to him I just feel really full on my right side and nothing I do seems to ease it off. Almost like I'm really desperate for the toilet but it's aching further up. I obviously now know that I'm pregnant but do wonder if he thought what is this woman going on about!

sel2223 Tue 09-Jun-20 12:48:22

@BeeR2009 only 3 weeks pregnant? Is that from your LMP? That's really early to get a BFP so you could be further on than you think.

That aside though, I wouldn't worry too much at this stage. I had all manner of weird pains, cramps and unusual bowel movements in the first 6 or 7 weeks and I'm now in the third trimester.

BeeR2009 Tue 09-Jun-20 13:34:18

@pinklillie that's reassuring! Yeah it is an odd feeling - I can only describe it as pressure, but yeah thanks for coming back and making me feel now alone! 😊

@sel2223 I got my first BFP yesterday with a first response, did another today and the line has darkened. I'm only going off 3 weeks (and 3 days) from my Ovia app - my period is due in 2 days and my last period started on 16th May, my cycles are at 27 days on average! Is this normal? It's my first baby and I was lucky to catch my first month trying, so I am so new to all of this!

Xx

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BeeR2009 Tue 09-Jun-20 13:34:57

@pinklillie sorry that was supposed to say not alone!! Not now alone 🤦🏼‍♀️

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sel2223 Tue 09-Jun-20 13:37:54

@BeeR2009 that sounds right from your working out and short cycles. It just seemed really early to what you normally see on here lol. Congratulations.

FrankieChips Tue 09-Jun-20 13:38:30

I’m 6 weeks now and had this at 4 weeks. Due to my endo and a blocked tube my G.P. referred me for an early scan and it ended up being a corpus luteum cyst which is totally normal.

I still get twinges and I’ve had constant brown discharge but the nurse who is looking after me says it’s normal.

bluebell94 Tue 09-Jun-20 14:14:02

I had a few right sided pains very early on and was also terrified of ectopic. I had a private scan at 6+6 and I had a right corpus luteum cyst, which are far more common than I thought considering I'd never heard of one! It's likely nothing sinister but keep an eye on it x

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