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5 weeks pregnant, constant pain in lower left abdominal area. History of miscarriages, endometriosis. Causes?

i just found out im nearly 5weeks pregnant and have constant sore lower left abdominal area not painful just annoying and there i have had 2 miscarriages and 3 kids before this and a history of endometrosis a few years bk and on my last period even before i got it i was having sore moments in lower left abdominal area and during my period had it
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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thank you.
the problem should be taken seriously.
the pain may be due to threatened abortion or ectopic pregnancy.
other causes(GIT problem,urinary problem) may be responsible but pregnancy related complication should be excluded first.
take complete bed rest & go for a USG of lower abdomen.
Answered: Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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