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    One of the reasons why I knew I was pregnant ( and subsequently tested early) was cramps since O. I'm now in the 5th week and they don't seem to be there anymore. Is this normal

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    It's normal

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    Absolutely normal. Congrats on your pregnancy.

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    Thanks first pregnancy so just symptom watching (and paranoia setting in)

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    No worries, better to ask then worry about it

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    I had quite a lot of cramping in week 4&5 but now in 6 weeks they seem to have subsided.

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    Don't worry your cramping and stretching will return in the next couple weeks lol. I've had it all day.

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    Default Cramps gone

    I notice everyone is saying cramping is normal. I'm 5 weeks and haven't really had any cramps (probably once a day or two for a couple of minutes). This is my 3rd pregnancy last two went to about 11weeks.. Had noticeable cramping with the last two.


 

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