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I am four weeks along and have been cramping for a few days there is no blood and I went to the hospital worried it might be a ectopic pregnancy they said its not an ectopic pregnancy and my cervix is still closed. Has this happened to anyone else ?
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2188958 tn?1346448491
Yup normal. i had it also.. kinda like period cramps? I believe its your uterus growing or something like that lol can't remember right now. as long as you don't see bright red blood then i wouldst worry. its also common for ladies to spot.
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Yup its normal. Im 8 weeks today and i still get period like cramps w no blood.
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Yea they are like period but a little stronger than normal. I just want this baby so bad so if your a believer please pray lol
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Yea they are like period but a little stronger than normal. I just want this baby so bad so if your a believer please pray lol
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2188958 tn?1346448491
Don't stress so much hun that can affect the baby also. Stay strong new mama :) congratz by the way!
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Thank you this will be my second I have a 3 and a half year old as well and he wants to be a big brother
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