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8 weeks pregnant, stabbing pain in head, chest, back and pelvic pain. Normal symptoms?

hi, my name is XXXXXXXX, ive been recently experiencing stabbing like pains in one spot of the top of my head, when it accurs i feel angry and weak. I have been having this pain for about 2 to 3 months now, same spot everytime along with pain in temples. along with chest pains, can you please tell me what i should do about this cronic pain i call it.? Ive been having lower back pain and pelvic pain , but i just found out im 8 weeks pregnant, is it normal to be experiencing so much pain during pregnancy?
Asked On : Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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Hello, I would be happy to help you with your question.

From what you are saying, you are having headaches (top of head and temples), low back pain, and pelvic pain. Headaches are common during early pregnancy and your are basically limited to tylenol to treat them. They usually get better later in pregnancy. Their onset seems to correlate, likely, with when you became pregnant.

In terms of back and pelvic pain, get checked for a bladder infection, and if you have not had an ultrasound yet, you need one to make sure that the pregnancy is healthy and in the uterus!

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Answered: Thu, 13 Dec 2012
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