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    7 months, havin weird pains.
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    ZoeAnne22 posted:
    am 7 months pregnant and i've been having really weird pains for a while now. they hurt pretty bad&i don't know what would be causing them. i know they aren't braxton hicks and i didn't have these pains with my son. sometimes it even hurts to touch my stomach in certain spots...does anyone know what would be causing these types of pains?

    (the pain is sort of like a sharp pain and sometimes a stabbing type pain)


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