i know during pregnancy your going to get cramps because babys making uterus grow but does it come and go or is it constant? i been having cramping on and off the whole time but the last weekend i been cramping non stop... i know its stupid but i dont know if i should call the doctors or wait till my next appointment
I had cramping on and off throughout 1st tri, then from about 13-14 weeks I had cramping non stop. I actually called my midwife unit as I was so uncomforable and they said I should lie down, relax and put a warm hot water bottle on my tummy.
They certainly didn't think it was strange - if anything she made it sound normal.
Now I only seem to cramp occasionaly, and I miss the cramps!!! Having no "symptoms" is hard... I worry somethings gone wrong
I remember having a lot of cramping around 13-15 weeks on and off it was quite worrying but midwife said it was normal and called them "growing pains" so I didnt worry after that. Always mention stuff to your MW too though even though its most probably growing pains x
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