I am only a few weeks pregnant and i have been having mild cramps in my stomach and back, my blood sugar has been staying under 59 and i have never had a problem with it until now, i feel sick at my stomach but never really get sick is all of this normal for pregnancy?
cramps are normal...very normal......they should be mild cramping..not like a strong period cramp.
the 'feeling sick' and not actually 'getting sick' is VERY normal as well....
Welcome to the world of pregnancy!
ty so much i do have a few more ?'s for those who don't mind..
1. Is a clear water like discharge normal?
Plz don't think bad about this ?
2. I have been with the same guy for 2 1/2 years back in july i lefrt him and went back to this other guy abot a week later i went back to the first guy and we made up after about a week back home i had my every month normal 7 days of hell could i be pregnant by the fling?
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