4 weeks, having dull pressure down by the pelvic area. Normal?
I'm 3w6d, my AF is supposed to come in two days. I have not had any AF cramping (which I get every cycle around 7-8dpo), and the few days before AF I get extremely bad cramping... so that's a very good sign for me. I've had two chemicals in 6 months this year, so I'm freaking out over every twinge or cramp. My temp is still high as well, so another good sign.
However, the past two days I've been feeling a light, dull "pressure" type cramp, seems to mainly be more on the right side. I can barely feel it and it lasts about 5 seconds, but comes off and on all day (not much at all though). Is this normal? Surely it's not RLP yet..
I'm very worried that I will m/c again.. It seems like my symptoms are getting worse as time goes on so hopefully that's a good sign my hcg is doubling. I haven't seen a doctor yet as I am trying to settled insurance first. Is anyone else experiencing this & is it normal? Thank you girls for your help
It's probably your uterus and ligaments stretching to make room for baby. I get those dull pains too. It's also common to experience almost AF like cramps too. Don't worry. It's your body doing what it's supposed to for your new addition.
Thank you girls I sure hope that's what it is.. I'm just very worried about having another mc. Sorry for complaining about the R&Rs. I never complain about that kind of stuff, but just having a stressful day. Thanks again!
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