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5 weeks and worried
I'm 5 weeks pregnant and since finding out about 2 weeks ago I've had to go to the hospital for abdominal cramps twice at first they told me that I could be having an ectopic pregnancy but after all the testing and ultrasound they said that wasnt it everything came back fine but yet im still having small pains in my side. Another thing is I have no appetite to.eat wat so ever and I've been losing weight I try to eat but the food just doesnt sit right after...is everything im expriencing normal or not this is my first pregnancy and just curious and a bit worried.
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Cramping is.normal I am pregnant with my 4th pregnancy I am 16 weeks and still cramp
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If you can't eat maybe top up with fluids?x
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I've been having the same thing and get cramps evey night mostly on the right side. I been having morning sickness so bad I barely been able 2 eat anything without throwing up. Try eating sevral small meals instead of a few big ones. Or even just a few bites here and there is better then nothing.
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i was the same way and after i had my baby they realized it was my gallbladder because pregnancy is number one cause of that
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