Is anyone else having period like cramps? I was asleep but woke to cramping, that was painful enough to wake me. They then lasted about another 10min and dulled out. I also had to go to the loo when i woke, sri tmi. Just with with 2 mc's i worry about everything. Should i be worried?
I had them pretty bad after i found out and it durring the time my period was due so i was concerned they were like period cramps except more of a dull pressure and was very very uncomfortable for 2-3 days and it went away, now im still getting cramps here and there but they dont last long and im also getting alot of gas pains at night i wake up with it and once i move around it goes away... I think its normal since i know many people who had alot of cramping early on and had a healthy pregnancy.
I'm 6 weeks and having cramping as well. Mostly its just been on and off nothing to bed. Yesterday they were more frequent and abit more painful but nothing too bad. Usually I feel it maybe 2 times a day and it lasts for maybe 10 seconds each, definitly feel it in my uterus. I'm hoping its just stretching as well and since there is no blood I feel hopeful. I wouldn't worry too much unless they became worse or were accompanied by blood. This is my first pregnancy so I'm learning what all this means. :)
We must not worry and stay positive! Wishing you the best : )
I had them more often and they were stronger right after my ivf and around the date of my missed period.
Now it's just only a day from time to time, when I feel crampy - but the cramping is not as strong as my AF. I am 6w 5d today.
Take care everybody and good luck with your pregnancies:)
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