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Pregnant, abdomen pain. Is it possible the pain is caused from the baby, stretching of ligaments, something serious?

Right Abdominal pain? but im pregnant (5 months tomorrow) and i always sleep on the right side and i have been doing light exercising. Is it possible the pain is caused from the baby, stretching of ligaments, or could it be something else , something serious? Please let me know what you think and where you maybe getting your opinions or facts. P.S- The pain has been going on for about 2 days now and i have a doctors appointment tomorrow but id like to know if i should be going sooner. Thank you so much!
Asked On : Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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HI THANKS FOR YOUR QUERY
AS YOU HAVE MENTIONED YOU ARE 5 MONTHS PREGNANT AND HAVING PAIN ON RIGHT SIDE OF ABDOMEN .THE PAIN COULD BE BECAUSE OF MANY REASONS LIKE INFECTION IN URINARY TRACT WHICH IS MOST COMMON DURING SECOND TRIMESTER. ,SURGICAL PATHOLOGY LIKE GALL STONES OR RENAL STONES, COULD BE MUSCULAR OR POSITIONAL ALSO.BUT TO COMMENT EXACTLY YOU MUST CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR BECAUSE TO REACH ON SPECIFIC DIAGNOSIS COMPLETE CLINICAL EXAMINATION AND INVESTIGATIONS ARE REQUIRED.YOU SHOULD CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE.TAKE CARE.
Answered: Sat, 18 May 2013
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