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Is slight cramping normal in the first trimester?

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2006-02-13 02:04:44
2006-02-13 02:04:44

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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