Hello . I am 6 weeks pregnant and since last night I have been experiencing cramping in my lower abdomin (abdomen) I called my Dr on call last night and they said as long as there is no bleeding then not to worry .. I still have the cramps .. They aren't horrible but I've had 3 miscarriages before so it freaked me out. Has this happened to you and what did u do ? I'm about to run my butt to the er for piece of mind . My first ob appt was yesterday and everything was good... Then I started cramping . Help
You should be ok. cramping is normal as long as it is not severe or accompanied by bleeding. Ive had 2 m/c so i can totally understand what you mean...I freak over the littlest thing as well! But I am 10w 4d and still get some cramping... GOOD LUCK and try not to stress!!
Cramps at such early age are normal... However if they persistent and also getting stronger and acccompanied by spotting or bleeding u should consult ur doctor straight away..
Any crampibg or discomfort during any period of pregnancy should be discussed with doctor... As thy can only provide u with proper insight...
The best thing is to stay calm n relaxed... If u feel things are not fine u should consult doctor first thing 2morrow morning... But as far as i think it could be just ur uterus stretching... Take care n keep us posted...
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