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Should I be worried about a sharp pain in the stomach that moves to my vagina when I am 6 months pregnant ?

Hi I am 20 yrs old And 6 mnths Pregnant with my first child. For the past 2 weeks I have been experiencing a sharp stabbing pain in my stomach and travels down to my vaginal area. Sometimes it is so Painfully that it hurts me to move, I really want to knw if my bby is ok, or if I should be concerned about it
Asked On : Sat, 21 May 2011
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     pain at this stage of pregnancy is to be taken seriously.As this is a radiating pain which you are telling ,than it is more of concern .So first of all get ultrasound whole abdomen along with foetal well know the exact cause.& consult your gynec to treat it .
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