I am 38 and had a CVS done on Thursday by a very renound doctor. I was pretty much fine up until today. I have had no spotting but today I have mild to severe cramping that just won't go away. I spoke to my doctor and she told me to take tylenol and just relax. I will see her tomorrow. This is my 3rd pregnancy but the first one that has made it this far. I am just shy of 12 wks. I am trying to stay positive but the cramps are so uncomfortable. I am really scared. I have had cramps on and off during this pregnancy but not ones that just sit in your lower abdomen for hours. I guess I am just venting. I want this child so badly and am so close to the second trimester. I am hoping they might be bathroom cramps but they are just not moving. Please say a prayer for me that everything is ok.
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