I am 14 weeks and 5 days pregnant and have been having slight menstrual-type cramping off and on throughout this whole pregnancy so far, but today they seem worse. Not so bad that it doubles me over but it is definitely uncomfortable and of course very worrisome. This is my second pregnancy. My first ended in miscarriage at 13 weeks so I am very paranoid this time around. Has anyone else been experiencing these type of cramps? Any feedback would be very much appreciated! Thanks!
I had cramping until about 15 weeks. That being said I had some problems at 13 weeks (bleeding and threatened miscarriage) so I can't really say if it's "normal" or not. It's probably fine especially if you don't see any blood, but maybe ask your doctor about it to be safe..
Sounds exactly like me. This is my second and my stretching pains are terrible! Rest your body as best as you can, if you are moving and bending your muscles are straining a bit and that is where the pain lies. I am sure you are absolutely fine.
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