7 weeks of pregnancy: a woman may experience painful sensations at the bottom and at the sides of the abdomen. This is due to the sprain of the uterus and is the normal state for the expectant mother.

However, if the pain becomes acute, cramping, and persists, and lower back starts to hurt, you should immediately see a doctor to avoid a possible miscarriage. Bleeding from the vagina may also be the signal for immediate hospitalization. The bleeding may be increased after sexual intercourse, which may indicate to cervical erosion.

If a pregnant woman feels the itch, pain, burning and irritation of the genitals, or notices cheesy discharge from the vagina, a pregnant should consult a gynecologist as the thrush may have started (candidiasis).