Yes it is normal. I had cramping the whole time during my first pregnancy. I think I called to Doc's office every week to make sure that it was ok. If you ever get worried give them a ring, it helps calm fears... at least for me.
I am quite crampy today I find it comes in stages with stretching hun, It is all normal and aslong as the pain is not extreme and accompanied by blood its generally fine... But if you need reassurance ring your MW
I was freaked out by every cramp and twinge during my first and I would be lying if I said the second time around was THAT much better... but the cramping is totally normal and just means things are growing and stretching. Just remind yourself of that when you feel those pains and you will feel better in no time!
Drinking water also helps with the cramps too...
Really it has been said that the only time you should worry about cramps is if they last steadily for long periods of time, and don't get any better with rest. So fear not, mama! Just remember your little one is making room!
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