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When does it become a concern?
Okay, i am almost 7 wks along and i have been cramping for two weeks. Not constant but achey and sometimes sharp. Im terrified, and this is my first pregnancy. I havent had any spotting but i am alittle paranoid. The doctor said if it gets worse or i spot then to call her right away for hemoglobin shots as i am an rh factor meaning my body could reject the baby at any time if our blood mixes and doesnt match. But my question is when should i be concerned, do i wait till i bleed or if these cramps get alittle worse. If anyone could relate or give me aome reassurance i would greatly appreciate it. Please help!! Thank you in advanced.
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I had intense almost period type cramps really early on like you my doctor and midwife said a bit of cramping early on is normal its the bleeding thats a concern. If your worried by all means call your doctor
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Thank you! Im just a worry wort! I also have had this painful hard spot next to my left hip bone. So im just really ready for my us in 10 days!
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I'm 21 weeks now. I cramped every night up until I was almost 12 weeks.  My doctor said its growing pains that will go away.  Worry only if you start to bleed
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