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lara - October 11

I'm experiencing lower abdominal cramps at around my 6th week of pregnancy. I am not, however, having any nausea or sickness. Is my cramping another form of "morning sickness"?

 

E - October 11

Cramping is be a normal part of the early pregnancy process. I was crampy through 10 weeks and have a healthy baby on the way. If you start to bleed, that may be a different scenario. Keep in mind, a lot is happening to your body right now and the cramping is part of the uterus thickening and preparing for the baby. Do not worry:)

 

Louise - November 4

Hi, I found out i was pregnant at the weekend. I have had a miscarriage and i was so worried as i was having pain right round to my back. Well i went for my ultrasound scan and i could see the sac, the baby and i could hear its heart beating. I could even see its heart beating but even still to me i am not getting my hopes up as i had all that excitement before and never came to anything but what your describing is totally normal.

 

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