Are you pretty early? I had a lot of lower uterus pain at 4-5 weeks - it was just stretching pains and I still get it sometimes now, although less often. At the time it was all day, for what felt like days at a time.
This is my first pregnancy so haven't got anything to compare it to, but I have heard that each and every pregnancy can be different and you can have very different symtoms, so don't worry. I had a lot of cramping at the same time you're at and it freaked me out at first. Then when it stopped for a bit I'd freak out too! I'd say I had it from very early - 7dpo right through 4 and 5 weeks. After that time it lessened a bit and since then it's been less frequent, although I do still get cramps from time to time when my uterus is having what I suspect is another growth spurt!
I just wrote and asked he exact same question!, was getting a bit concerned too ! I'm 5 weeks pregnant and I have sharp pains every 15/20 min at the mo , I'm hoping it is just stretching as there is no bleeding...if anyone else has some advice on what it is I would love to here
I had this at 5-6 weeks, too. It scared the heck out of me! Turns out, it's PERFECTLY NORMAL. This is my first baby, but it's more likely to happen early on if you already have kids. Your body is preparing now and stretching and moving everything around for baby. I got this pain again from around 16 weeks till 20-21 weeks, and since then I haven't had much of it, while all my other third tri buddies are crying from the pain. Hee-hee, I already got it over with.
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