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Discussion in 'First Trimester' started by kabey, Dec 18, 2007.

  1. kabey

    kabey Well-Known Member

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    I'm nearly 5 weeks pregnant, and keep getting AF-like pains!

    Is this normal?

    xx
     
  2. Sherlock

    Sherlock Well-Known Member

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    Chances are its your body adjusting to being pregnant and starting to do its streching thing. Don't worry too much about it as stretching pains are normal.

    If you have lots of pain and cramps that don't pass and bleeding then of course go see someone but otherwise try and relax about it.

    I had lots of pains in first tri and also from trapped wind.
     
  3. sunnyday

    sunnyday Well-Known Member

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    Completely normal - its your uterus stretching making room for baby.

    :D
     
  4. clairedoran

    clairedoran Well-Known Member

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    I'm exactly the same and I think we're the same amount of weeks, I'm taking it as a good sign that somethings going on in there! Try not to worry hun. I think its normal.

    xx
     
  5. Lindsay

    Lindsay Well-Known Member

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    Me too hun and I am also taking it as a good sign that something is happening in there. I think we are also the same amount of weeks pg :D

    Xxx
     
  6. kabey

    kabey Well-Known Member

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    Thank you ladies!

    Its my first so I think I'll panic at every little twinge. . .

    Ooohh yeh we are about the same. . . when are you due? I'm 22nd august :D

    xx
     
  7. sunshine_gal

    sunshine_gal Well-Known Member

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    yep normal, im 7/8 weeks today and i still get them now, its my first too so i know what you means about every little twinge... scary eh...x... congrats by the way..x.
     
  8. mrs_metal

    mrs_metal Well-Known Member

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    Hi :wave:

    I think i'm due 24th august so I'm a couple of days after you :D It's my first too and I'm worry over everything! I was having AF sort of cramps yesterday so rang my mate who told me not to worry, today I'm not having any so I'm worrying about that instead! :lol:

    Anyone would think I'm a terrible worrier but I'm not normally!
     
  9. kabey

    kabey Well-Known Member

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    Hehe you make me laugh.... I'm not having any today and I
    m also worried! Even did a preg test LOL xx
     
  10. mrs_metal

    mrs_metal Well-Known Member

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    Snap I did another pregnancy test yesterday as well! :lol:

    I don't think I'm gonna beleive it's real until I can see it on a scan! :D
     
  11. Gem212

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    Hiya

    Im a newbie to, found out yesterday, been to the docs today and my due date is 28th August, this is my second i have a 4 year old son.

    I to have been getting AF type cramps like im about to come on followed by (sorry to be graphic) heavy discharge?? i hope this is normal as i cant remember my last pregnacy as it was 5 years ago, my friend who had a baby last year said she had them and they are embedment pains and your uterus stretching, but i just need reassurance as im panicking as want this soooo much.

    Does anyones get worse at night when your in bed???

    Gems x x x
     

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