I'm a day shy of 7 weeks and for the past 2 days I've felt some very unique feelings in my uterus. The best way I can describe it is a dull stretching/pulling/pressure feeling. Last night it even felt kind of warm! It's not painful and not like AF cramps. I don't remember feeling this with either of my previous 2 pregnancies (which were losses) so I'm hoping this is a good sign.
I believe im having them now . Its difficult to explain but its centered more in one area compared to full surface cramps and its more like a dull digging or pinching. I stopped putting my shopping away as i didnt want to make it worse and its now setting down while im sat on sofa.
I had them A LOT at 6 weeks, and now I am experiencing some dull aches and pressure again but I think it is the uterus growing out of the pelvic cavity I was a size 4 before pregnancy so I think we tend to feel more the smaller you are! It is so amazing, sometimes annoying and painful, but what a beautiful thing
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