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    Hi echo

    No im not sure if there is......

    How you doing today?

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    Actually, I wasn't planning to get pregnant whatsoever and wasn't tracking my periods at all. I was staying for a week at my partners place and had taken my pads along and was waiting for my period to show up as I knew I was about due for it.
    After a few days I thought it was odd that it wasn't there yet. I thought maybe time has been going too slow and maybe my period wasn't due for another week.
    Then I woke up the next day with bad cramping and terrible back ache. "YAYYYY my period!" I thought. I have never been that excited to get my period lol.
    Unfortunately, there was no blood, just cramping. Looking back now, I realize that that cramping was called "implantation cramps" which are caused by the egg implanting itself into your uterus.

    So cramps and backache is normal in early pregnancy


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