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Is Tailbone Pain, Bloating, Cramps, Headache An Early Sign Of Pregnancy?

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One day I had terrible tailbone pain, it was a week after conception and probably about the time of implantation.  The pain was bad enough I had trouble sleeping that night.  I did not know I was pregnant yet.  I am now 9 weeks pregnant and continue to experience tailbone pain, although not as badly as that first day.  I can't help but wonder if my tailbone pain is linked to my pregnancy.  Also, at an physical exam today I learned that a retroverted uterus, meaning my uterus is basically sitting on my tailbone (or tipped towards my back).  

I did not ask the doctor because I didn't think to ask till after I left!  I really think do think that tailbone pain can be an early sign of pregnancy for some women.
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Yes!  I believe so.  I experienced bloating and cramps (No headaches, although I know they can occur because of hormonal changes) and even tailbone pain right before I found out I was pregnant.  I am 9 weeks pregnant now and still experience tailbone pain.  I have a retroverted uterus (meaning my uterus is tipped towards my back and basically lying against my tailbone) and I think that could be the reason I have this symptom... If it really is a symptom.A lot of early pregnancy signs such as bloating and cramps are also signs that your period is on it's way.  So you really have no idea until you have taken a test!
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Sounds more like signs of period coming on, pregnancy not usually painful though some will get a bit of morning sickness
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No. It sounds like you may have eaten some bad food, or some foods that do not agree with you. However, you should always be on the safe side, and take a pregnancy test, to be sure.
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My tail bone is really hurting, iv had this pain for 3-4 days and I can't sit on my bottom I have to constantly lay. Iv not hurt it or bruised it in anyway and I havnt came on my period for ages (1month and half) readin these stories could this be a sign of pregnancy for me?x char
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I had the same pain before I knew I was pregnant with my 1st son.. Now I'm having the same pain again, just hope I'm not pregnant again?
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ray of light answered
Tailbone pain also called coccydynia is the pain due to inflammation of bone between buttock. Its cause is unknown. It is usually due to injury and child birth. It is not a symptom of pregnancy.

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