I am only 3 weeks into my pregnancy and I am experiencing mild cramping & pain in my lower abdomen. It isnt a bad pain. I was wondering if this is normal or should I be concerned. I am worried because my hcg level is a little low.
I don't know about the low hcg level, but I still get some mild cramping and I'm 6 1/2 wks pregnant. It makes me a little nervous too, but my dr has assured me it is normal. I don't know about the relationship between cramping and low hcg's though. I know cramping is common though.
I'm 4 weeks pregnant and I notice these passed 3 days I been having discomfort in my sleep during the night. I can't sleep because I'm just so uncomfortable. My stomach feels sick and I feel the need to throw up but I don't. I toss and turn through out the whole night but I'm perfectly normal sleeping during the day. I don't get it. Why am I so uncomfortable during the night?
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