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Cramping

I am 5 weeks pregnant. last week I had some brown spotting for couple of days. now I am cramping often on. should I be worried?
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From what I've read no. As long as the cramping isn't severe and you are spotting brown you are ok. If it gets worse then go to the ER.
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It could be multiple things. If you bleed with the cramping, that is your sign that there is a possible issue. When in doubt, call your doctors office. They are usually pretty good about telling you if they are concerned or not.
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I would get checked out, regardless of whether blood is brown or red. I've had a miscarriage before with light spotting and no cramping.
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Thanks everyone
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I had that from weeks 5-7 if I remember correctly. And I was told everything was okay and it was.
But I would get checked to confirm. It could be implantation bleeding.
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Hope all is well. Do not stress yourself which I know is easier said than done. Brown is better than red and spotting only at 5 weeks is normal. Any concern then phone the docs - its what they're there for. Good luck x
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