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    Default pains during pregnancy..

    Is it normal to have a bit of cramping/pain? I also have a slight period too. I am possibly in very early stages. I am trying not to be worried about the scan I had yesterday. Seeing a Sac & lining has to be a good sign? Thanks for your replies, i am so very grateful, as I have no 1 else to turn to for support as trying to keep this quiet as possible. hard to do!

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    If it was very light, it couldve been an implantation bleed. Some cramping is normal but if there is more than a teaspoon or 2 of bleeding I'd get checked out

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    Hi ,
    thanks I don't think it has been more then a teaspoon or 2. Each time I do wipe after going, there is some blood there. just like if u pick a scab/pimple it is a bit like that. about that amount.

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    I had cramping similar to period pain in my pregnancies, up until 10ish weeks. Normal I believe it's just the uterus stretching to make room for bub.

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    And bleeding is likely implantation. My implantation bleeding was like a light period.

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    Yep completely normal I had spotting up until 7 weeks and now 8 weeks and still get cramps a few times a day. I had the same with my first pregnancy as well. Congrats and good luck

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    if your pregnant its not your period...

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    thanks everyone Most appreciated.a bit of doubt keeps creeping in. I guess that too is normal. Plus prob don't help that I am waiting for results and trying not to count down the hrs:P

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    I totally get what you mean it's horrible seeing blood when your preg.. I still freak out even thou I should be used to it from my first preg haha! I still check the toilet paper just bought every time I pee!


 

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