Is it normal to have cramping for more than a week with no blood ?
Hi y'all, so I'm almost 7 weeks pregnant and for about a week now I've been experiencing cramp like pains a little more to the right but still on both sides. I've had zero spotting or bleeding. I have had a std before :( but it was treated yrs ago and I haven't had problems with that since. I've been really scared so I read up on tubal pregnancies and it jus got me more scared. Anyone got any answers?? Plz plz plz relieve my stress ad worries about this asap guys plz ! Again cramping for about a week but no bleeding or spotting. Is it normal ? Thanks y'all
Cramping as well as light spotting is very normal this early in pregnancy. I have read A LOT of posts on here with the same concern around week4-15 with cramping with either no blood or some spotting. It's just implantation spotting (if you are spotting) and the cramps are from your uterus growing and making room for baby. If you are concerned though, there's nothing wrong with going in to get checked.
Thanx so much that's a big relief for me ! The cramps are getting slightly less painful and less frequent. I really appreciate your help arlandonbloom :)! I'm sure I'll have more questions along the way ! Thanks again
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