Hello there, I'm really seeking advice/reassurance from those further down the line than me (7/8 weeks and first baby) that the cramps I'm haveingare normal. There's no bleeding but I've been having them everyday for 2/3 weeks now and they even wake me up at night. They're quite uncomfortable. I also have intermittent back ache, maybe once every couple of days. Is this just my uterus growing? Will it carry on throughout the pregnancy?!
Im almost 6 weeks im 37 years old my first pregnancy as well. Ive had the exact same symptoms everyone tells me its normal and that it will subside in the 2nd trimester. Its worried me a lot as well i keep checking for blood i check so often i feel i might drive myself crazy lol but all my family and friends who have had children say they had the same pain.
I am on my 2nd pregnancy and this time I have those cramps too ( I didn't with my 1st). I am 20 weeks now and they still show up from time to time. Everyone including my doctor said they are normal unless I am bleeding along with them.
Hello. I am 7 weeks & this is my fifth pregnancy & it is much different then my last four. I think partially because I'm 40 years old now & I had my other pregnancies at a much younger age. My oldest will be 20 this year & youngest is 8. The other two in between. I am having some concerns because I am cramping on my right side & my lower back is killing me. I never remember having any of this with my other pregnancies. Tired! I can't get enough sleep & today I have a headache. I'm thinking to go to the ER because I'm miserable!
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