Some women experience pain as baby moves lower into the pelvis. If it is not associated with tightening of abdomen and discharge, it is unlikely to be preterm labour. Other causes could be urinary infection or constipation. You should see your gynaecologist to rule that out
Having some lower abdomen pain is common in pregnancy. If youexperience abdominal pain or cramping along with spotting, bleeding, fever, chills, vaginal discharge, faintness, discomfort while urinating, or nausea and vomiting, or if the pain doesn't subside after several minutes of rest, follow up with your obstetrician for further evaluation and management.
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Mild pains during 8 mts of pregnancy some patients feel as d pelvic bones get relaxed it would typically be felt during walking n wen turning from side to side but however it is wise to meet ur doc n rule out urinary tract infection / vaginal infection N any early signs of preterm labour. Tc
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