Cramps in early pregnancy are completely normal. Your uterus is starting to expand to make room for baby. Congratulations and well wishes for a happy healthy pregnancy!!
Cramping, as long as it's not extreme or severe or accomined by bleeding, is very common in early pregnancy. Try not to worry or concern yourself over it too much. It only becomes an issue when it is extreme, IE you're doubled over in pain or it's stabbing on one side.
thank you girls for the responce..i really appreciate your comment..i will try to relax and not tress about it..but it was so unusual for me to have this kind of symptom.i just had cramp while pregnant with the miscarriage i had a couple of months ago.that why i was concern about it but thanx.. now i know it is normal unless is come with bleeding..thank you very much for your anwers.=)
Well...hm. I should rephrase that as well. Even with bleeding, it still does not even mean miscarriage. If it's bright red/clotty and extreme cramping it can mean impending miscarriage. Spotting brown or light pink can also be normal, and might occur after sex, internal exams, internal ultrasounds, etc. It's completely normal to worry about things, especially after you've had a miscarriage.
thank you hun..i will keep that in mind..but i hope it doesnt happen but if it happen i know i shouldnt be concern just relax and rest as much as i can..thank you once again..=0)