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Worried about cramping!

I am 9 weeks pregnant and i have a a very hard time getting pregnant, this was a big shock as the doctor said that it would probably never happen.
Anyway i have been getting some cramps quite often during the day time sometimes if i move they stop but sometimes not, ive never got period pains so i dont know what type of severe u are meant to worry about before going to your doctor. I nevere really was to sick maybe once a week but thats been the same the whole pregnancy i am still feeling very tired and faint if i do to much of something so i seem to still have symptoms but im so paranoid and worried, are these cramps worrying? they are pretty much just on my sides

would love some advise :)

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1039620 tn?1272594004
It is very possible something call round ligament pain, which is when the muscles around the uterus begins to stretch as it grows. it is quite common and most women experience it to some degree or another. If you are really worried though, call your OB and have them check you out to ease your mind. That's what the doctor is there for. :) Good luck and congrats on the pregnancy!
627692 tn?1306156704
Cramping at 9 weeks is very normal. I had all kinds of cramping and it scared the crap out of me. As long as your are not bleeding or having severe pain (like can't move or stand), you are fine. I am currently 22 weeks and have had 2 miscarriages and 1 ectopic in my past. I was told I would never make it out a the 1st trimester because I have PCOS and hypothyroid. Well here I am and my baby girl is completely healthy and all of my tests have come up normal. I will keep you and your baby in my prayers. You will be ok :)
1001085 tn?1287751226
I cramped all the time up until like 16 weeks. It was like a dull pain for short periods of time. I eventually got use to it...Im glad thats over with though. I think its just your body growing & changing.
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