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Is it normal to having cramping once a day during pregnancy?

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2005-11-01 13:09:35
2005-11-01 13:09:35

You need to be more specific. Are you pregnant or not pregnant. If you are, it is normal to have cramping at the beginning of the pregnancy due to implantation and uterine expansion.

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