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If you are in the very early stages of pregnancy and are still getting period pains but no bleeding is this anything to worry about?

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2015-07-15 19:35:37
2015-07-15 19:35:37

Probably not. It is important to keep track of when the pains occur, how long, and are they intense or just uncomfortable? Don't be afraid to talk to your OB, the nurse practitioner or whomever you are seeing for pre-natal care. Even if you feel a little foolish, they can relieve your anxiety. And believe me they want to know. Good Luck!

You have nothing to be worried about. Period like pains are normal in the early stages of pregnancy, its the uterus stretching. Try and get as much rest as possible and do not lift anything at ALL!!

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