I've had exactly the same thing but mine get really bad where i cant walk or stand and I'm 6 weeks pregnant. I went to my GP and have been booked in to go to the EPU to have a early scan to make sure everything is okay. So if they get really bad just speak to your GP. Better safe then sorry. :)
Ok thanks for the tip I hope it gets better for I have a cousin that said she had pain till around four months when she started showing and then they went away a lot of ppl tell me its your body going thru the changes ... I mostly get them at night which is annoying I rather deal with it during the day than at night when I want to sleep .. ill bring up to my Dr when I see her for my first obgyn appt they said im still to early gotta be atleast 6- 7 weeks ... good luck with your appt :)
I'm 7 weeks n 3 days. I went to the doctor n she said it was ok just as long as there's not heavy bleeding r spotting behind it..I hve the same things cramps...baby just growing strectiin your body out....
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