well hiya ladies i just wanted to say hi and ask a few questions like every1 else does (cant wait till i can answer them for people ) so first off bit of info im from Bristol and moved to Serbia to live with my BF about a year ago, we just found out im preg (about 5weeks from preg calculators) both really excited and have told our parents already. straight away my mum begged that i visit early so i am planing to fly home on the 6th of July for a month and sort my first Dr appointment then plus get all my records blah blah to take bk to Serbia with me. so that's the info here are the questions (sorry if i go on btw lol) ok ive never been preg before so there are a few things id just like to make sure are normal (ive tried reading others posts but not finding the answers) cramps- little annoying some times on diff sides of my stomach sometimes almost feel like my tailbone, is this normal? they are like period pains but not as strong they last anywhere from 10mins to an hour then i don't notice them for a while. if i try to sleep on my stomach (how i normally sleep ..arg) they get worse. scans- as i would really like to have my first scan in England when does this happen ive been reading 12weeks is this right and even at 12weeks can u really see anything there or just the heart beat? DR- do u think its ok to wait till July to contact a Dr , like my mum said some women dont find out there preg till late so will it make that much difference? Flying- now i know u cant fly after 36weeks but was about 5weeks? i haven't found anything that says don't although still looking, any1 know any info on this? well i think thats all the questions i can think of atm ofc like most preg women i am worried about MC as all my friends firsts have ended that way, i read somewhere that having no morning sickness was a sign that the hormone in ur body was low and may lead to MC don't know if this is right but now im addicted to reading anything to do with preg/babies lol anyways sorry for the essay and GL all with ur bumps thanks in advance for any replies.