20 Weeks Cramping

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Michaela - February 26

Hi, I'm 20 weeks pregnant and have had cramps in my lower abdomen.Not severe but there uncomfortable, my doctor is out this week because his cousin just died.There, not sharp pains but more like a pinch or to and have lasted from a matter of seconds up to 2 hours.What could this be?

 

BBK - February 26

Most likely your uterus is growing. As long as you don't have bleeding, it's normal to have lower abdomen cramps during your second trimester.

 

sm - February 27

Cramps are normal, usually ligaments are stretching. Remember you have more in there than just a baby and those things also have to make room. If it cramping goes on longer than an hour than you should proapably call your Dr.

 

ada - May 22

I'm 20 weeks pregnant and I have had the same thing. I got scared and went to the doctor and he said it was called round ligament pain and was harmless to me or the baby, it could just hurt pretty bad sometimes.

 

Kimberly - May 22

Yep round ligaments stretching. I feel it to girl.

 

nette - June 11

Could it possibly be that you are having stretching of the ligaments. Not serious. Your doctor should have given you info about this when you first went in. I had them early and they scared me, then I read the literature and was fine. I still get them as I am growing (20 weeks tomorrow). And they are painful, but they go away.

 

Carol kildea - June 12

Am 21 weeks tomora been getin them since 14 weeks doc said it was my womb streching

 

HAD THOSE PAINS - August 25

I THINK THAT YOU ARE JUST STRECHING. NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT I HAVE FELT THE SAME PAINS WITH BOTH PREGNANCYS. MY DOCTOR TOLD ME THATS JUST THE PAINS OF PREGNANCY. GIVE HIS NURSE A CALL I BET SHE WILL TELL YOU THE SAME THING. GOOD LUCK

 

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