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    Cervix pain?

    Today, all of a sudden, I started having these sharp stabbing pain in the vaginal area, maybe my cervix? I dont know. The sharp, stabbing pain were like a pins and needle sensation and only lasted a few seconds, but kept feeling them every few minutes. There was no cramping or pain in my uterus and it was not like the round ligament pain in the uterus. I have never had any cervical problems or have felt these pain before, so I am not sure what it is or if I should worry. Its the weekend and my OB is not around. The pain is not so bad where I have to go to the ER and I really dont want to go the ER. But, then I dont want to ignore it.

    Has anyone had these kind of vaginal sharp pains before? For those who have had cervical thinning, how do they know it? Is there any pain or you just found out cause Dr. did a cervix check?

    I am thinking maybe the baby was kicking my cervix area, hence the sharp pain?
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    For my cervix shortening etc there is no pain it is a silent thing. Sounds like the ligament pain. I have the shooting pains in the vajayjay too and they didnt last very long. Hope you are feeling better.
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    I had something similar and went in to see OB they told me it was still just round ligaments even though I told them it felt different. A friend's doctor told her low "pain" is ok that when it's higher up that you need to be seen right away. Hope you're feeling better.
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    Sorry to barge...but this was happening to me quite a bit. It is the baby kicking, hitting, or bumping your cervix. It is not the most pleasant sensation. I told the doctor and he basically said that the baby is using my cervix as a trampoline - nice ;-) When it happens, I just pray and coax him to change positions! It definitely feels different than round ligament pains because those are on the side and this pain is in the middle and very different. Also, sometimes you might feel pressure on your rectum (from the inside) which is not a comfortable sensation either!!
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    I second what Tex said. I have this type of pain all the time, and I've actually had it while having a vaginal ultrasound twice and watched her kicking my cervix. A change of position sometimes helps but my little one is sometimes stubborn and likes to stay put anyway.
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    I hope you are feeling better! I agree with what the girls said!
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    Thanks ladies, I am not worried anymore. Its just weird to have round ligament pain in that area, I have never heard of that before. The pain only lasted about 20-30 min and its gone now, but good to know what it is, if it happens again.
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