New sensations are expected during pregnancy, especially in the first trimester, but twinges seemingly coming from the ovary area are usually nothing of concern, according to WebMD. The ovaries themselves do not twinge during pregnancy, but similar sensations might be felt due to the uterus growing.
During pregnancy, the uterus stretches to accommodate a new human; sometimes this causes a twinge-like sensation often referred to as round ligament pain. Abdominal twinges could also be a symptom of constipation, another issue in early pregnancy. If a twinge is accompanied by bleeding or severe cramping, it is time to contact the doctor?s office.