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Pregnant, pain in hips and ovary area, pulling sensation on sneezing. Cause of worry?

Hi there, I m 18 weeks pregnant and keep getting pain on my right ride down my my hip/ ovary area. When I sneeze or move in a certain way it feels as though something is pulling/ripping. My right side is now really tender to touch now and I can feel the pain even when sitting a certain way. Please help. Concerned mum to be.
Asked On : Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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You are 18 weeks pregnant and has pain R ) iliac fossa and hip region .Normally this type of pain and tenderness are not felt during initial weeks of pregnancy. If the symptoms are increasing you have to get done USG abdomen and consult your gynacologist for same, inorder to rule out ectopic pregnancy and twisted R) ovary.I would suggest to consult your gynacologist as early as possible
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