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Is light cramping normal in the first 4-6 weeks of pregnancy?

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2005-04-06 04:00:44
2005-04-06 04:00:44

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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