what i said is doubled over. that means bent over in half due to stomach pain. some cramping is perfectly normal, but if it hurts bad enough to be bent over clutching your stomach you need to see the doctor
I hate to tell you this but I had really bad cramps and lower abdominal pain at 5 weeks and I lost my baby. I was 13 weeks but my baby stopped developing at 5 weeks... so I don't know what to tell you. Talk to your doctor, have him do some blood work!
I'm also 5 weeks and having cramping. Not doubling over, but definitely quite uncomfortable! Your uterus is growing, and ligaments are starting to stretch. With my first pregnancy I had cramping all through the first trimester, it even got worse around 12 weeks with the weight of the uterus getting to be so much. Check with your doctor, but it is normal.
idk if i am pregnant yet i go to the pregnancy center tomorrow. I am nauseos and having lower abdominal pain and my nipples are peeling and turning black but if i am pregnant i would be 5 weeks and 1 day.
Have you ever even been pregnant. I have and have had pain and cramping. I assure you your baby is not to small to feel.
I would suggest nermine not post anymore comments until she actually has a baby.
I had miscarriage on August 15th.
On December 13th I found out I was pregnant.
I had u/s and my doctor said everything was OK. I was asked to come every week for u/s.
So I went again eysterday, and was told 5 weeks, sac size is 15,6 mm.
I`m so much worried now because my doctor told that the size was a little small. It should have been around 18.0 mm now. And also the doctor could see the sac but no yolk sac. Is it Ok?
And also I started having abdominal cramps since yesterday.
Please let me know, if you have any information on this situation!!
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