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Can someone please answer a first time mom in her first trimester?
Mama_Hillz posted:
Hello, Im a new mom in my first trimester of my pregnancy. Lately I have been getting a tight feeling in my lower stomach all the way across. I have no spotting or bleeding of any sort but Im still worried is this a bad thing? Should I be worried about my baby? Or am I being overly paniced? Someone please give me answers!!!
babyj1017 responded:
If you are worried or concerned or something just feels off, it is always good to give your doctor a call, but most likely it is normal. Your uterus is growing and adjusting to make room for baby. Your tendons and ligaments will also start to stretch and change to accomodate your little carry on.

Congrats to you!
Jenny (31), DH (34), DD (5), DS (3), Newest Edition EDD 1/13/2013
Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi Mama_Hillz,

Congrats on your pregnancy and welcome! Good advice from babyj. Here is an article that can give you more information about when to contact your physician:

Pregnancy: When To Call Your Doctor

Happy and Heathy 1st Trimester!


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