Well Finally got A BFP and am worrying myself sick over the AF Cramping that I feel. I don't remember feeling this way with my first pregnancy. I am only about 6 weeks but still waiting for the stupid doctor to call with my HCG Levels.
The cramps are not painful just make me feel like I have to run to the bathroom an check to see if AF is here....
Any one else felt this pain and been okay?
Any advise would be great. I have found stuff on the net but still worrying.
I had AF like cramping for the first few weeks of my pg. I constantly felt like AF was on the way and the HPT was lying to me :o) It lasted a few weeks though, and started to subside. I still have them a little now and then, off and on and I am in my 11th week. AF like cramping is completely normal in early pg. Good luck to you.
I wouldn't worry unless there is bleeding involved. If its mild cramping that is what I had with my first child. If the cramping gets more severe I would call the doc. Good Luck I hope you have a very healthy baby!
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