I was just wondering if it's normal for me to have cramping at this point of my pregnancy. I am 16 weeks and since this morning I have been having period like cramps that start on my sides and go to the lower middle. It is getting annoying. It's not painful, just feel like period cramps. I have also noticed that my feet swell by the end of the day. My shoes are fitting me tight already. Is this normal? By the way, I'm having triplets so I don't know if that's what's causing this. Please, any advice would be great.
Yeah, I had my reduction done a little over two weeks ago and had an ultrasound done Friday. Everything looked good. We reduced from 5 babies to 3 babies! I just called my doctor and they want me to go in this afternoon just to be on the safe side. I'll keep you updated on what they tell me!!
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