could be braxton hicks.... , as long there is no bleeding u shouldn't b worried, r u drinking enough water? that can cause cramps , and getting enough rest? all that could factor into the cramps. keeping hydrated and resting should ease it up, or it could just b yur body getting ready for the big day... how far along are you? but if u r really concerned talk to yur doc! Good luck hope the cramps go away....
If you aren't bleeding and your little one is moving around, you most likely are okay. Make sure you are drinking at least 8- 8oz glasses of water a day. Take your prenatal s. If you start bleeding, start having consistent contractions, or don't feel the baby moving for +24hours and cant get a hold of a Dr. then go to the ER.
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