I have never had cold sores. I'm now 16 weeks pregnant and have been having terrible cold sores since the beginning of my pregnancy. Is this some how related to the pregnancy? And any suggestions on treatment and preventing future sores?View Thread
Hi, This is my first prenancy and I am so out of the loop with everything. I'm just over 14 weeks, so now I'm having all sorts of new symptoms. I have heard of round ligament pains and I think I know what that is supposed to feel like. But I am also having a sort of pain that is somewhat hard to describe. My tummy constantly feels like I have just done 100 sit-ups in a row. I'm not sure if that is normal or not? I have an appointment next Monday with my doctor and plan to ask her about it, but wondered if anyone else had any ideas in the mean time?? THANKS!View Thread
Thanks for the 2 comments! That is helpful. I wondered if maybe it had something to do with stretching. It has gone away now and only comes and goes every now and then. Definitely still going to bring it up with my doctor! THANK YOU!View Thread
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