Hi I am 10.5 weeks pregnant all during my pregnancy so far I have been getting cramping (same feeling as periods, but not bleeding or spotting) when I lye down I feel little better but cramping still there but not as bad, also by the time I do sit down (I have two other kids to run after) I am a little out of breath are these symptoms of cramping and out of breath just signs I need to settle down I'm doing to much or something else? I feel I can do more I keep healthy n fit and am used to running around, but now with this n constant feel of morning sickness I feel I am gradually slowing Down n wanting to sleep...
It's probably just your uterus growing. Just make sure to keep well hydrated as well. I had a lot of cramping as well in my first trimester and in the beginning of the second. I thought for sure AF was on her way but it was just my little baby girl getting bigger in there. Congratulations and I hope the rest of your pregnancy goes well.
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