Cramping During Pregnancy
First Trimester

Is cramping or spotting wile in the first trimester normal?

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2011-09-13 01:37:03
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yes it is very normal, but you shuld always talk with your doctor about your symptoms so he/she can monitor your pregnancy, but as long as it is not heavy bleeding or severe cramping so bad you feel need to go to the emergency room , then you are fine. i had both in first and second trimester with all my kids=] blessings to you both, chassy.

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backaches yes cramping is ok as long there is no spotting


Yes cramping is normal during the first trimester. Its due to the baby growing and stretching you internally which is why you have cramps. Any bloody discharge, or spotting or sharp cramps should be reported to your doctor.


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It is fairly common. But this does depend on the amount of bleeding you're talking about. Slight spotting is normal. Heavy bleeding is not. If you have any doubts, go to an ER and get examined.


I wouldn't say its normal. But if you're not spotting there is normally not a problem. Talk with your doctor. You could get an ultrasound done.


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